Learning to Rest

Today I received the gift of a few hours of uninterrupted time for myself, amidst a whole lot of summer parenting.  I have come to firmly believe that parenting is an extroverted calling.  For me to be present and enjoy my child requires that I make (what feels like) constant choices to say “no” to my penchant for producing, and for heavy internal processing.  So, when I realized I would have a little time to myself, I began to dream of all the ways I could rest. It was a… Continue reading Learning to Rest