Thursday, October 18

Another Look-See

Tomorrow, I am going to Clark to start visiting schools in the area. Come January, the kids will be enrolled in a new school closer to Sammy's job site & we will have a home there also. And, I am having a very hard time with this decision! Very hard. In fact, just typing it out in print already makes me teary eyed. I really do not want to move them... at all! It was hard enough making the transition to this huge international school. But, now they love their school, their friends, their teachers & their routine. And, so do I. But, when I weigh all the options, it's just not worth having an absent father. I know that having their dad available will do more for them in the long run than any school will ever do. But, that doesn't make it any easier at the moment.

My hope for tomorrow is that I will visit a school that is just outstanding & that will really stand out to me as a wonderful school for my kids. I want and need something tomorrow to tell me that we are making the right decision for our family. Right now, I have so many doubts and fears. I am hoping tomorrow that I will find peace of mind and confidence.

Dear Anxiety, please go away!

6 comments:

Becky said...

That is really tough. You guys just got situated and now it's time to move again! I think Sammy's company should have planned that better! But I know you are going to get through this and the kids will adjust and you will all be stronger because of it.

Amberly said...

Oh, Becky... you have no idea how many times I have thought the exact same thing!!!

Kristi said...

That stinks!! I will keep you guys in my prayers for that specific thing!

Lynn Leaming said...

You have probably seen this verse on my blog "Praise to Him who is able to do immeasureably more than all we ask or think" Ephesians 3:20. I hope that you will find that God does exactly that in this situation for you all.

Dara said...

Oh what a pain... I am so sorry! I will certainly keep you in my prayers for an amazingly easy readjustment. Luckily, children are much more maliable than their parents! Hang in there!

Christy said...

I sure hope you felt the prayers today. Keep us posted on the progress and we'll all keep praying for you and the family.