I'm not the one who originally said this, although I really wish I was. This quote was made by a man named Lee the Pastor and can be found in Tara Leigh Cobble's newest release, Orange Jumpsuit.
You might remember last year, I read her second book and it prompted me to pray a prayer that changed my life in a way that I could never have imagined. In fact, we are still navigating through those changes. But I am trusting in God that we will have a happy ending. Maybe not a happy ending, but an ending that will prove to be "enough."
This year, her third book as inspired me to spend 2012 focusing on God. It's that simple and yes, it's just that complicated. All rolled in to one.
Anyway, it is interesting because you'd think this quote only applied to single women, but I find myself trying to live it's truth everyday. I try to look at Tim and say to myself, "You are not his mother."
And then, last week, I noticed he was gathering his things for the gym while still wearing his slippers. Trying desperately not to be *that* wife, I refrained from reminding him to grab his tennis shoes.
He is a good husband. And because of that, I'm not going to tell you how the story ended even though it's pretty funny.
You can probably guess.
With that being said, you should read her books. You really should. It feels like you are reading one long email from your best friend.
Go here for the down low. http://taraleighcobble.com/#/home
Love and no more swords,