Hubby and I went to Disney World for our honeymoon just over 10 years ago. We covered Disney to our satisfaction.
We were still in the hospital when he looked at our little bundle and said, “I could go back to Disney [with her].”
And maybe some day we will. Maybe we won’t. It may be one of those things we have to give up to have me homeschooling our girls. And I know they will be fine if we never step foot in the Magic Kingdom.
Patrice came out today and asked “Can we go to Disney World for just one (pudgy finger and all) day?” My heart cracked. “Someday baby, hopefully someday.” And I started to feel bad for myself. And my girls.
Then my brain woke up a bit. I remembered our lesson from Bible today. We are studying Bangladesh right now. Bangladesh is considered the 196th poorest country (out of a list of 226) in the world. The people there aren’t looking for a trip to Disney or even a remodeled house–they are looking for a house and food and, you know, when they dream big, to go to the doctor when they need to. They are looking to fill their basic needs. As many of us are.
This isn’t one of those, wake up people and stop being so selfish, posts. It’s not. It’s just my thoughts today. Do I hope to take my girls to Disney some day? Absolutely. Sooner rather than later, I hope. I also hope to be able to help those whose needs are even greater than my own. Mine seem great, and in many ways are, but I want to give. I want to bless. I want to reach out. I want to support. So many people, so many places.
What is a Charitable project or organization that is near and dear to your heart?Survive til you Thrive!