Even though the sound was excruciating, I hit Shuffle on the iPod to keep the boys busy singing instead of asking me questions--what with the whole "concentrate on the dotted lines so we won't die" thing I had going on. So there we were, cruising down the highway, when I heard the boys singing a song that brought tears to my eyes. Note to self: when you're experiencing the mother of all migraines and your vision is blurry, adding tears to the mix is NOT a good idea.
They were belting out a Jeff Slaughter song from "Arctic Edge" Vacation Bible School a few years back, an uptempo song that goes like this:
I will be trusting God with all my heart,
No matter what, no matter where, no matter when.
I will depend on Him, I will not lean on my own understanding.
In everything I do I'm gonna have the courage to trust in God.
I don't get all holy on the old blog very often, but allow me a minute to get my preach on because my boys taught me a lesson in song yesterday. With our lives being so chaotic right now--not knowing where Dan and I will be working or where we'll be living next fall and where the boys will go to school--it was nice to remember that He knows.
And I need to leave it at that. Not that I think I can actually just "let go and let God" or anything, since I have a Master's in Anxiety and Fretting, but I should try.
Emphasis on TRY.