As a mama of a six-month-old and two three year olds, I am in a season of life that leaves me just bone-tired.
I love the way Steve Weins describes this level of tired,
Ragged, how-am-I-going-to-make-it-to-the-end-of-the-day, eyes-burning exhausted.Nailed it, right?
I don't know how you make it through days like this. I, pretty much function on coffee, prayer, and the hope that schedules will align, and just maybe (please, please, please-with-a-cherry-on-top, God?) all three girls will be down for a nap at the same time.
By eight, most nights, all three girls are in bed---we might come to the 8:00 bedtime limping and barely hanging on, but we get there. Then, Brad and I enjoy a bit of time together before we head to bed.
So. Here's the scene:
Teeth freshly brushed, face washed, comfy pajamas on, lights off, head nestled into my pillow, eyelids heavy, soon to be asleep---when it happens---my husband speaks into the quiet darkness of our room, asking for some "couple time".
Please jump over here to read the rest of this post, where my friend, Melissa, is hosting a blogging series called Construction School for Wives.
She's asked me to write about marriage---something I'm totally an expert in. I mean----if marriage were a college course, I would have an A+. My name is totally synonymous with being a rock-star wife.
Maybe I really struggle, and the only reason it works out at all is because of a whole lotta prayer and endless grace.
Maybe you can relate?
Maybe you're the rock-star wife.
Either way----love to hear from you.