Those were the words that stood out to me the most this morningfrom my yoga teacher and friend Emily Hodge. I was in tree pose, trying to stand on one leg, the other tucked up on my thigh trying not to let the preverbal wind blow me over, but rather sway and flow. HA! So if we could hold strong we were instructed to try to come out of it with some grace. Lets just say my branches were swaying all over the place and I could see that my roots definitely needed reburied!
That is how that last month has been. Very scattered! I have been getting used to this new phase of my daughters life called basketball games twice a week. Keeping up with high school senior orders, dinner, 4-H, house cleaning, relationships and other various responsibilities that we are all so accustomed to. I've had a lot of help though. My kiddos help me ALOT, just by smiling at me when they get home from school! And that makes me think, I’m glad I have come out of this with some grace. My biggest fear; that Im going to fall on my face. But I haven't. Sometimes I even find myself smiling at the end of some difficult circumstances. So I will continue to try this “coming out of it with some grace” and keep a smile on my face.