Obviously it has been a long time since I have been able to tackle this blog adventure. I have a hard time pulling myself away from my little lady. When I am not with her I try to spend time with my sweet heart, thus the beginning of my balancing act.
I am not saying this has been a difficult act, but it is something you definitely become aware of day to day. Sometimes I feel an expert at the juggling act, then there are times when all the balls drop. No matter what the day holds I am thankful I do have two precious people in my life. Not only am I blessed to have a sweet daughter and amazing husband, but a great support system.
My family helps me in this balancing act with advice and stories of how they were able to attempt their balancing act.
One issue I am trying to balance lately is work. I love staying home with Avalynn and still have the desire to be a stay at home mom. But currently I need to work. I am thankful for the opportunity I have been given to work part time. This allows me to get my Avalynn fix for the day and then go into work.
I am also pondering on the topic of going back to school to pursue my Masters degree. But I am still trying to iron out all the details. I guess I need to tackle my fears of going back to school. I think the fear inside of me is ultimately my second guessing if I can really accomplish such a task.
Life has changed for Josiah and I in an incredible way. Sometimes it is hard to imagine what it is like to actually eat dinner together or at a decent time of the evening, get a full nights sleep, or be able to go to a movie on a whim. But we wouldn't trade any experience we've had. Our relationship is entering into a new phase. This phase is exciting and challenging. We look forward to each phase our marriage will enter.
My blog is titled "The Enyart's Journey" for a reason. Everyday we go on a journey, wether it be learning something about ourselves, watching our little girl roll over, or just sipping coffee and sitting on the couch together. These are all daily journeys we encounter. Thankfully we don't have to go it alone. My life verse is Jeremiah 29:11. I constantly remind myself in good times and in bad, there is an ultimate goal to be acheived. And through life's journeys I will reach my goal.