I thought it was over…

ya, sure…school is over, but the drama is beginning.  My oldest son isn’t acting the “OLDEST” in the least.  I can’t get into it, but I let’s just say I don’t think he’s making very wise decisions.  I guess at this point you have to sit back, pray, and remind yourself that you have spoken into his life for the last 17 years and he’s almost of an adult age and just hope he makes good choices.

Why is it that kids don’t see that they have it so good until they have to experience something life changing to realize it?  I guess that’s the part that hurts as a Mom.  If I could make all the decisions FOR him, I guess he wouldn’t learn anything.  *SIGH*  It saddens me.  I just want him to get the point where he’s already learned everything so I don’t have to go through the pain.

So, if you think about it, keep me and Him (Zach) in your prayers.  I will get through this.  It’s growing pains after all for him.

Have a great weekend all!

Love,

Kacy

6 Responses to “I thought it was over…”


  1. 1Julie

    Hope he learns quickly, to save both of you some pain! … I am not looking forward to when my kids get to that age…

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  2. 2Susan

    Hi Kacy, I can so understand what you mean. A mom’s job is never done. They bring us joy and pain. Our love has to overcome it all. Hugs and prayers.

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  3. 3Cindy

    Kacy, hope some things are better with Zach, but letting you know that I am still praying for your family and him.
    BTW..Love your blog. It’s so pretty. Just like you!
    Hugs sweetie!
    Cindy

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  4. 4Pam

    Hi Kacy!
    Thinking of you.
    Lots of love & prayers

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  5. 5Judy

    Hi Kacy! It’s never easy being a Mom, is it? It’s hard to sit back & watch the stumbles & mistakes that they make, but that’s part of the teaching…they need this to learn to stand on their feet. We give them roots, & then need to give them wings. I pray that he will listen to your wisdom. I’m sure that your years of training him are embedded deep in his heart & head. Have a happy & safe 4th Kacy. Sending you big hugs!

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  6. 6Judy

    Hi Kacy! It hurts to see our kids go through these struggles & it’s hard to not be able to make all the decisions for them. I am praying for you…trust God to give you wisdom & to give Zach wisdom in his choices. Hugs

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