I have seen this idea, the “Six Sentence Sunday” on several blogs lately.
I don’t really understand it, or know how to play this particular game.
But here is my attempt to comply, as I do my best to reflect on my feelings at this moment in time.
“My baby girl has come home from her latest creative adventures. She is safe and whole and happy. I stayed up far too late last night, awaiting her safe arrival on home turf. Why am I so incredibly lucky and blessed to have my three children safe and whole and unhurt here within the borders of my loving arms? I can’t begin to know why mine are the prayers that have been answered. I only know that I have not earned this special blessing.”
I am so happy to have children who are willing to explore the world, and who are happy to learn and grow and discover new ideas and beliefs. I am so blessed, and so inexplicably lucky to have children who have lived long enough to grow up, to see the world, to find new answers to those age old questions. I am so lucky, so very, very lucky, to be one of the mom’s who follows “flight tracker” until the happy moment when my baby child lands safely back in her nest.
5 thoughts on “Six sentence Sunday?”
How could moms stand it before flight tracker! We are right there with you.
We were talking about that, my husband and I! How did our parents cope when we were traveling, in a time before cell phones, before flight tracker and before Facebook?
This is just lovely. I’m not at the flight tracker stage with my son yet, but I so fully understand 😉 Well done you for getting going on the Six Sentence Sunday. I might give it a go.
I don’t know if I did that six sentence thing correctly! I just noticed a few other bloggers referring to it, and I was feeling pensive last night…
Just remember when you do get to the “flighttracker” stage: they don’t have to know how closely we stalk….I mean “follow” them!!