Sunday, April 28, 2013

Keep my eyes to serve, my hands to learn


I was told by Jesus all was well

So all must be well

Just give me time
You know your desires and mine
So wrap my flesh in ivy and in twine
For I must be well


Keep the earth below my feet
For all my sweat, my blood runs weak
Let me learn from where I have been

Oh keep my eyes to serve, my hands to learn

Oh keep my eyes to serve, my hands to learn


Who knew a Mumford and sons song could relate to midwifery? 

What a wild and amazing ride it's been since quitting my "day job". I am feeling more confident day by day and am starting to believe and claim the words of affermation those who support me have been saying all along: "you've got this" "good job". Today I cried tears of joy as i thought about the magnitude of the trust and confience others have in me. 

I'm getting better at running (even though I still hate it, I'm doing it). I landed a postpartum doula job ( it starts tomorrow since the babe was early, pray for me as this week was already super busy). I'm also working with another midwife as an assistant, playing hard, having lots of pony time, and trying new things. 

This plan is actually working! Who knew? :) 







2 comments:

Jill said...

Of course you got this girlfriend. I believe in you. More importantly, God believes in you! Trust.

Jill said...

Of course you got this girlfriend. You are awesome and you have the world by the tail. Carpe diem