I drive the hot mess express and have an assigned seat on the struggle bus for when I’m too crazy to drive.
It’s easy to become engulfed in the chaos of everyday life-
Did I remember to RSVP to that party?
Do I have enough time to work out today?
I’m taking too many hours. Will I get overworked and fail?
I wonder if Dad feels ok. I should go check on him.
Is what I am writing connecting with the reader?
What if I hate living on the 4th floor this year? Too late now.
I should make a scrapbook for that.
15 minutes behind schedule. How did that happen?
That was due today??
We need to go to the grocery store.
Overbooked. Two places at once- how do I tackle that?
Another person complaining about something I’m in charge of but has no involvement- great.
What are you doing your thesis on? Uhhh. I don’t know. Wait, so you haven’t begun any research?
Drops mascara on white pants in the car on the way to my destination.
Phone rings. Hey Haley, can you…
No. No. No. I can’t take anything else today.
It’s easy to become overwhelmed when our focus is on ourselves and our ability to keep up rests in our hands alone.
When life gets to be more than I can handle, I am reminded that there is someone who can handle my issues & Vogue’s…
Lead me to the rock that is higher than I… Psalm 61:2.