Growing up I was thought to pray and thank God for everything; (good or bad). The good brings us joy and the bad, most time sorrows. But it also brought tons of blessing. We learnt from our mistakes and always took the positive out of the negative and moved forward.
I have experienced many little miracles in my life; I know I’m not perfect. I don’t go to church as much as I use to but my relationship with God is what is important to me.
I’ve been struggling to finish up collage for quiet sometime now. Time is usually my enemy; the year I got pregnant, was my senior year. I wasn’t able to finish do to my busy schedule at work and being overly exhausted. I didn’t have the energy to make it to class after work.
I finally made it back this year (my baby is going to be two this June). Because of how advanced I am, my classes were not opening up (neither online neighter regular school hours). It’s been super tough juggling work, school and motherhood.
I got over the first quarter and I’m about to embark on my last two classes of my career. When I signed up this quarter, i noticed that one of my classes happens to be on the same night I have to work (no axceptions). I prayed about it for days. I was worried and then one day I forgot about it. My classmates had issued to change the class to a different day but our director refused to make the change.
About a week later I ran into our director and asked her what was the reason for not changing, and before I could finish explaining myself; she interrupted me and said; I wasn’t going to change it, but just a few days ago I thought deeply about and decided to change my mind.
I know it may not seem like a huge miracle to some, but to me it’s everything. If she hadn’t change the day, I would have had to wait an entire year for the class to re-open again. It would have set me back too much.
So, today I thank God for the little miracles in my life. There are always going to be stumps along life’s journey. Sometimes you just gotta place them in our creators hands and let it be.
Until next time.
Maricella W. R. 💋