Time is a crazy, precious thing.
There are times when it seems like time stands still, but most of the time it seems like you blink and the entire day is gone.
Time is something you can’t ever get back.
If you would have told me 13 years ago when I moved to Grand Island that I would be a mom of three girls, running her own business and married to the shoe salesman that you met in the Lincoln mall (almost 7 years married now) I would NEVER believe you.
Yep. Time is bananas.
Isaac and I have been together for 14 years, married for almost 7. Yes, it seems like we’ve been together a lifetime, but what’s even better is we still love each other like the day we got married.
I’m not saying every day is sunshine and rainbows, but we have learned how to get through just about every situation, together. We’ve worked hard to make sure God is the foundation of it all.
What’s even more mind boggling is that our oldest is almost 10. I don’t understand how it even possible. I haven’t aged a day, ha!!
Watching these three little girls grow and spread their wings is honestly the most amazing experience. They are all so different, keeping us on our toes.
Do you ever look at your children and just cry? Goodness, maybe I’m alone in that statement.
But for real.
Our girls are so beautiful, loving, kind and full of joy. I love watching their minds work. Their imaginations are so great. They make me want to have fun and laugh everyday.
Before summer started I knew it was time to step back and enjoy time with them.
Again, it’s not always peachy. They fight, I get frustrated, but at the end of the day, I’m glad I was here with them to make memories.
I love that I have flexibility with my career. That I’m able to raise these girls and make my own hours at the salon.
My clients truly are the best. Most of them have been around for 13 years, watching me grow, my family and my skills. For that, I’m so grateful.
Time is precious.
We only get so much of it. Use it wisely. Play with your kids. Laugh every single day. Do the things you love. Buy the plants. Drink the coffee.
When we get to the end of our days, you don’t want to have regrets.