for some time, if not forever.
My boys (3 and 5 years old) have been singing this every single day, about 10 times a day at least.
It’s such a sad song, but they totally love it, and I don’t see anything wrong with it, actually. Except that it kind of nudges my heart in a way unknown to my kids, because I could’ve been singing this myself when I lost my mom at the age of eight.
My 5-year-old once said to me, after another round of this song: Mom, I am sooooo happy that you’re alive.
Yeah. Me too.
Because my kids don’t know this, but the one thing I have always asked from God, as far back as I can remember, is that when I have kids of my own, He blesses me with enough time on earth to be there for them till they don’t need me anymore.
I have always told my husband that, at the end of the day, I don’t dream of castles in the sky. I could be sitting on the ladder of our nipa hut and planting vegetables in the garden all day, as long as we sit together holding hands and watching the sunset, still in love with each other, still loving and being loved by our sons, and loving God above all, then that would’ve been a full life for me.
Ah. Being a wife to my hubby. Being a mother to my five sons. I think in the whole wide world, these are the greatest blessings I have ever received.
What are the greatest blessings you have received? What is your definition of a full life?
I will join you in thanking Him for all that He has given you, me, us, everyone.
Have a great day! 😉