Every minute of every day, my brain is running a million miles a second. I am always stressing about the things I have to get done. The laundry needs to be folded and put away, the floors need to be swept. I need to wipe the table down or pick up that sock that’s been sitting in the corner for the last 2 days. I can get so caught up in everything that needs to be done, that I forget to just sit. TO pause. To be in the moment.
I finished my college assignment around noon today, so I decided to take my boys to the park. It was an unusually warm day for October. It was sunny. The leaves were orange, yellow and brown. It was beautiful.
The grass was dry enough to sit on. I put my baby on the grass and let him explore the ground. I watched my 4-year-old excitedly play in the dirt. I took a few good pictures of them, and then put my phone aside and just watched them play. I watched them enjoy natures beauty. I watched them be little boys. and I loved every second of it.
Don’t forget to pause. The day is over before we realize.
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