When my kids were little, I was a stay-at-home-mom. I had four kids, ranging from infants to five years old.
Both of my sons were in school. My oldest being in Kindergarten, and my three-year-old in preschool. So that left me home alone with our twin daughters.
While I am an introvert, I missed having adult communication.
One of my daughters didn’t sleep for more than an hour at a time until she was five.
I was exhausted to say the least.
One thing I did during that time was handwrite the book of Mark. Mark is my favorite gospel. So, I would sit down each day and carefully write out a portion of it. In the front of the notebook, I dedicated it to my younger son, and I plan to give it to him when he leaves home. It will be a precious keepsake for him. But it was also a precious memory for me.
Writing the book helped me to slow down and take it all in. I emailed my pastor several times with questions. I had been a Christian for years, and Bible reading wasn’t new to me, but writing it out helped ferment it in my mind.
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