I have a confession to make. Are you ready?
I. Am. Not. Super Woman.
Nope. I’m not.
If you visit my blog regularly, you know that my daughter is getting married next Saturday. Up until last week, I’ve been managing to keep up with all of the demands in my life: family, work, wedding planning, and blogging (with the exception of falling behind in reading the 1000+ items in my Google Reader). Uhm. Yeah. I have a serious addiction to your blogs. I love you. What can I say. Back to the confession.
This week I hit an emotional wall.
I crashed. Hard. I’ve been crying all week. Don’t get me wrong, this is a joyous time. But, I am under a lot of stress as we head into the last week of preparations. And honestly, it’s been a little scary on the financial side and it’s been keeping me up at night. It’s like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole. I am not sure how we will make the final payments on a couple of things. But I know this. God is good. And God provides. And we are trusting.
I am so behind on reading.
Someone told me to just hit delete and move on. To start fresh. But I can’t. I cannot skip anything that might be going on in your lives. Will I actually read the gazillion posts that are cramming up my reader? Nope. But those that draw my attention will be read. It just may take time. I miss you. I miss visiting your blogs and leaving encouragement.
I have nothing fresh for you.
I apologize for not getting my June photo-a-day pictures up this week. I hope to combine them along the way and catch up after the wedding. And next week, with the exception of my Freshly Brewed Sundays post, I will not be putting up fresh content. I hope to pull a few of my archives from way back when no one knew I was here. That ought to be fun!
It’s hard for me to let go.
I have to admit. It was hard for me to accept that I cannot do it all. I’ve been trying for so long and I just had to surrender. But focusing my attention on my beautiful daughter and her special day is most important. And, my sanity is next important. Although I think I’ve already lost it! I hope to visit your blogs in the evenings if time permits.
Please be in prayer for me and my husband and Alyssa and Anthony as we approach the big day. And promise me that you will still be here when I come back with fresh content after the wedding. I cannot wait to share our special day with you.