The one thing that I’ve learnt about my journey this year is that, it hurts. Life hurts and, when we cry, it feels like the darkest point in life, where everything doesn’t seem like it will be getting better anytime soon. And we sometimes feel like, no matter how much we pray, things aren’t going to work out. However, with this little revelation, I also discovered that, God takes his time in crafting and planning our dreams and that, what’s required from us, is four things. Patience. Persistence. Perseverance. Prayer.
This is how it all starts. I had so many plans for this year, and had so many great and awesome things that I had planned that i’d do (Planned everything last year already). But a spanner got thrown into the works and everything plummeted in different directions, and at some point, I started thinking to myself that maybe things, are doing to be dark for a while (And they were), but recently, things have started looking up.
I have the best support system ever. From my mom and dad, to my brothers, my sister, the kids (yes, even them) and lastly, my guy. They have been so instrumental in making sure that, I keep going, and allowing me to have my melt downs, which they’re always mopping up. They have been too awesome and I thank God daily for them.
I’ve finally found peace in terms of other aspects in my life and I’m excited to be starting a new chapter in my life. I’d love to mention it now, but for the sake of putting all my eggs in one basket, I won’t go there as of yet. But I’m super excited. I have so much to plan and I know that God will be with me every step of the way. I am truly grateful for everything that He’s done for me, and I regret every doubting Him, even if it was for one second. He’s been through so much with me.
“Angi boni omunye olingana nawe, entlizweni yami, uya busa Jesu” A loose translation: I don’t see another who’s equal to You in my heart. You shine Jesus” #WelcomeToSouthAfrica
But yes, everything is looking good for once and I am very happy. It was my nephew’s 10th birthday today, and when I called to ask what i should bring him, he acted as if I should know (he was veeery criptic. Kids these days) . So i’ve been on the internet all day trying to find potential gifts for them (You can’t buy one gift, doesn’t matter who’s birthday it is.) But yes, I’m looking forward to playing Aunty Clause next week, when I go home for a week.
Other than that, this is me, signing out.
Loving you always, and stay blessed.