There is something about knowing that your life is about to be transformed forever that makes you either waste your time as if being unproductive makes you less accountable for what time remains...or raises you up and causes you to take notice of the many things to savor and relish that presently grace your life.
I’m basking in the fact that I’ve chosen the latter today, and have found immense enjoyment in folding laundry with the boys, teaching on subject-verb agreement, getting up early, unloading the dishwasher, serving lunch to a friend, saying “I love you” more than I usually remember to, practicing forgiveness whenever the courtroom of my mind wants to start its session, and actively putting aside worry for the changes to come, and the anticipation of the unknowns. The Lord is sufficient for all my needs today--and for that which is to come...any day now.
“Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble." Matthew 6:34, ESV