“P” is for Partners, Patience and Persistence


Today is another day of the “Blogging A to Z” challenge and the letter for today is “P”.  “P” is for partners.  My husband is the love of my life and my best friend.  We are partners in every sense of the word.  He is an amazing husband and father.  He leads our family in the fear and admonition of the Lord.  I am so blessed to have him in my life.

“P” is also for patience.  Over the past few months, I have had to learn to be patient.  From the moment, we received the notification that we should be receiving our orders for Texas, through months of waiting to receive the orders, to months of trying to find a home and preparing for our actual move, we needed patience.  Then we had to deal with patience for actually moving in the house and preparing to have our belongings delivered.  Then I had to have patience with getting everything transferred to our new state and learning the navigate the order we needed to do things.

Finally, “p” is for persistence.  While going through the move to Texas, I learned to have persistence.  We needed to have persistence in finding a home.  Then we needed persistence in getting ready for the move.  We needed the persistence to find a way to get through flooding in Lousiana on our way to Texas.  Finally, we needed the persistence to get everything changed to Texas.  This meant we had to do the steps in the order they required and provide the documentation they needed.  At the same time, we needed to have persistence to stand up for the documentation we had on hand.

So what does “P” bring to mind for you?  I would love to hear from you.




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