someone called me their hero.
me....a hero? really?
i don't really do much. at least i don't feel like i do. sometimes...
i go to school full time. there i'm balancing homework from all different classes that is usually due the next day, prepping for my senior recital [the culmination of my four years there] and trying to figure out my next steps as a music major [grad school, doctorate, etc.]
i have a job. but in all honesty, i don't work. in fact, i didn't even work once last month. but i'm still employed and could be called in at a moment's notice.
i'm baking a bun named bella. this pregnancy isn't super easy. i don't get as much rest as i'd like and recently discovered i have SPD, a fabulous pelvic disorder that makes every. single. thing. difficult.
i have a husband and a son whom, during the week, i only see for a few hours a day. and during the weekend we're so exhausted we sleep a lot of time. but i try to have moments with them rather than spend it on the computer or hanging with friends. i try to soak up as much as i can because i know one day i'll blink and my kids will be grown and my husband and i will be old [and super sexy], but i don't want to miss a moment of the ride.
and while i sometimes feel inadequate or like i'm not doing enough, there is someone who is watching me and all that i'm doing and calling me their inspiration. and i quote: "i see you doing everything and i realize i could do it too." do you know how good that makes me feel?
i'm incredibly blessed to have the lifestyle that i have. and when i feel down and out about being so busy and tired and overwhelmed, i need to remember that someone is always watching. and as long as i've got God in my corner and i'm faithful in doing His Will, i know He'll never leave me to do it by myself and he'll provide the extra help when i need it.