My baby girl can talk. Well, she can sign some words, and that is a great step. :)
As I was wiping up the dropped bits of strawberry, peas and beans (she drops food as she loses interest in it) my son said, "All Done is a really important thing to know how to say."
Yes, it is.
How many struggles in my life revolve around knowing when to say "enough" or "no, I can't" or "sorry, not today" ? I get stretched beyond myself so easily and run out of time, energy and patience. How many burdens in our society such as credit card debt, obesity, stress, etc. stem from the lack of saying "All Done"?
And More? How many times do I hold back from reaching out to someone who is lonely because I am too consumed with myself? Why won't I just sit and be still with God? Why do I say "More" to the things that drain me instead of the life-giving things?
Today was our first day of starting the full school schedule and I was wiped out by lunch. It is a time when we are all learning together how to say "More" and "All Done" and to discern when to use them.
All done with blaming, judging, criticizing and stewing.
More love, grace, laughter, hugs and hope.