That all seems particularly appropriate to reflect on this season, as 2020 has been a year of great change and worldwide unrest. Moving to Indiana. Starting a new job. Avalyn starting First Grade. Making new friends, finding a new church, etc.
It has been a marvelous time in seeing God's faithfulness, his provision, and his care.
It's also been a challenging time for everything that has gone on around us.
As we all start to prepare for countdowns, for closure, for change, for the ringing out of the old and in with the new, I pray you all have a safe and wonderful night. I pray you have time to reflect on what you've been brought through, and to recognize if nothing else, how you survived. To recognize those that have pulled you through or been right there beside you.
To those who have continued to read through this second year of posts, thank you. It means more than you can imagine.
To all, have a great night! May it be safe and blessed and may your transition into this new year, into the new bring everything. Highs and lows, joy and tears. But through it all, may it bring love, kindness, generosity, and grace.