My son is playing wiffleball this year for the first time. He looks so cute out there swinging the bat and running for base. Wiffleball is a nice gentle beginning to baseball. The coaches teach the kids to have fun and do their best. It's about the game and team not about winning. They had their team pictures taken yesterday...my son had a cheesy grin lol. I can't wait for the pictures though and I've already taken lots during the games. I have one more shot I'd like to get. After the games, the kids hold their hands out and congratulate the other team...I need a photo of that. I'd also like to get some of Christian posing with a bat in his uniform. Photography is such a passion and I need to indulge it more.
I've been working on my WIP: Midnight Ride. I have a wonderful mentor who is teaching me so much, but she's also very encouraging at the same time. I'm loving it and looking forward to the day when I reach The End. I've got a little over 5 months to reach that goal. Doable. I'm praying it ends up being the story God wants told. I think the basic theme, grief, is an important one to explore.
My health is still not where I want it, but I now know how to get it there and I'm working on it. I'm taking what I need to take to strengthen my body and heal it, eating well, and I've begun doing my yoga again. So far this week, I've done my morning yoga sessions twice. I'm hoping to add the evening one next. One step at a time.
I've also set up a new system for getting things done thanks to this Clean Home. She's a little anti-flylady, but her method is great and not overwhelming. As I get it into habit, I'll add something new to it. Again, one step at a time.
Changes are on the horizon and I've decided to enjoy the process and let God worry about the end product. I still need/desire to spend more time with him. I need his wisdom, his peace and his joy.