Like everyone else, in a sense I'm on many journeys. Twenty-three years of marriage to an incredible husband who never lets it get boring. Nineteen years as a mom; I tear up with overpowering love and a strange mix of pride and humility just thinking about my three kids. A lifetime of writing and learning. Five years facing the reality that I'm getting older. I'm even heading off on another literal journey in two weeks--traveling to Zimbabwe to visit feeding centers and churches in order to chronicle the "testimony of the children's suffering," as Alvaro Dos Santos puts it.
But as for everyone else, it's really just one journey: Life.
I love this journey I'm on. I love that it's all wrapped up in knowing Christ. I love that despite the times of pain, heartbreak, sacrifice, disillusionment, faltering, and frustration, God is enough. A million times more than enough.
Thank you for sharing your life with me. I'm glad we're on this journey together.