A New Outlook On Life

Umm, what can I say? Life has been different. My life has changed. It has not stopped. It is just different. I have learned that through grief life does not stop, it just changes. I have changed the way I go about my daily routine. I have changed the way I look at my children. I have changed the way I look at my future. I have changed the way I look at life.

If you have not already figured this out life is so short. It is like a mist. We are here and then we are not. We are here to enjoy the earthly blessings that God gives us, but we are also here to fulfill God’s plan.

As I stared at my brand new niece this weekend I saw life differently. I have to think that God knew the timing of her birth would be perfect for my brother and sister in-law and also ME. Yes, ME! I now see life as such a blessing. We are brought here to bring joy to our parents when we are born and also everyone around us. Life is a short journey that we should enjoy and keep the little moments in life close in our hearts and the big moments even closer. The miracle of life is a mystery, but so is the journey. We DO NOT KNOW what is next. If we could we would not enjoy these precious moments like the birth of a baby. We would cringe in the facts we knew and be anxious about the life to come.

I believe now I see that life is something we have to enjoy. Every minute, every breath, every “I love you”, every “momma, I spilled the milk”. We just do not know how fast life can change.

I have a new found appreciation for life. My life will be wonderful. It wont be perfect, but I will enjoy all of it.

A new outlook is  not changing your past or how you feel,  it is just changing how you see the future.  So with all of this mumbo jumbo, I am stressing love life, love your kids, love every little moment that comes along.

Laugh, Love, Have HOPE

Love yall


About agwife

The purpose of this blog was a outlet for me to share about being of a agpilot's wife. On August 18th, 2015 my husband was killed while cropdusting. I am now using this as a journal for my family's journey through life. I am still a stay at home mom. I attend college part-time to obtain a Social work degree. Thank you all for reading and taking the time to comment. Love yall

2 responses to “A New Outlook On Life

  1. Kelly T

    Thanks for sharing! Thinking of you and your family everyday and continuing to keep you all in our prayers!

  2. Nina Peevey

    I really enjoy reading your post. I also lost my husband of 21 Years in Dec. 2004 and we had 4 children. Life does go on because we have children that deserve for us to be there for them. You never forget the memories will always be there. I remarried 7 years ago and he is God sent. All my children are grown but he accepts them as his own and loves all my grandchildren like his own. Keep posting, I wish I was as strong as you are at that time but I did learn and grew. Thanks for sharing. I will continue to pray for you and your family.

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