Yesterday Mr. Miller took me to lunch, along with my younger, handsome boyfriend, Major, which was really nice. I love that my two guys get along so well. ;)
While Major Miller was enjoying the novelty of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse on an electronic device so his parents could get a moments peace, Mr. Miller and I discussed a few things.
We talked about how our family is our priority, our business. We don’t need to busy our time with anything that takes away from our family unit (and i’m not talking about alone time or couple alone time here – both of which are essential to our family.) I’m talking about anything that might ruffle our feathers, or busy our time that isn’t necessary for our family to thrive.
I have had relationships, hobbies, and even jobs that have busied my time, consumed my thoughts, and taken my energy unnecesarily. I work hard to keep my life now quite simple and free from unnecessary distraction.
I have relationships now that support me in my role as a mother and woman, not drag energy away from me.
More importantly, I have a husband who supports me in my role as a mother and a woman and for that, I feel very lucky and blessed.
I heard last weekend at a baptism that “life with a family can be paradise on earth.” When we as husband and wife place our family above the world (ie: follow God’s plan for our lives), amazing things happen.
It’s really quite simple.
Thanks for the chat, hon. I needed that reminder.