Being a working mom is stinky most days.
I feel like I run from task to task.
Dinner.
Soccer practice.
Homework.
Laundry.
Repeat.
But more and more often, I’m reminding myself that the laundry will always be there.
The house will never be clean enough.
They’ll never remember what I made for dinner in a week.
And that this face won’t be little for much longer:
Praying you stop and take in a small moment of your own today.
Lindsey Andrews
About me

Attorney & Author of I Walk For Water. http://amzn.to/1FWlzpW Loved by hubs, 2 adopted kids, but worshiped by a French bulldog, named Walter.

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