It's true. It always comes back down to trusting God to care for me.
I wasn't going to post anything today, but as Sarah Reinhard reminded me this morning, it's a good exercise. So here goes:
1) I haven't been in a dead panic about our finances since I quit my day job. Fortunately, God has made things pop into place that will handle everything without my having to make it all fit.
2) I went to a choir practice last night and sang alto. It was a good thing. A VERY good thing. One of the things it taught me is that musicality is not something that I have lost. Even though I steadfastly maintained to one of my professors recently that I am not an artist, I only interpret other people's art, there is an art to interpreting a piece of music. I can still do that, even without the melody and even without my full range and volume. My voice is coming back. It's just taking its time getting here.
3) I managed to complete my reading assignment for my directed study (no small feat) and still post a couple of blog posts, to boot.
God always provides me with what I need to get the job done. I just have to let go of my death grip on control over my life and let him take control.
Works. Every. Time.
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