Happy…Wednesday and Day 139 of Another 100 Days of Hannah …and Counting, y’all!
So, guys, yesterday did not go as planned.
Which isn’t altogether surprising – my days rarely go exactly as planned, but, yesterday, this was more frustrating.
You see, I had planned to go to work, get out decent time, come home, wrap up charting early, and hop on the tractor to help plant for a while before heading to PT in the evening.
Or, at least finish charts before PT so I could drive after dinner.
However, patient care was… something else. To the extent that at 11:40, I had only seen 4 patients. (On a normal day, this would’ve been 6, and on a good day 7 or 8.)
I clearly was not going to be home by one.
So, instead, I got home around 3:40, left for PT at 4, got home after 6, and didn’t finish charting until about 8:30.
In the moment, it was admittedly really easy for me to be frustrated, even a little bit upset. I mean, all I wanted was to be outside – in the fields. Why did it feel like everything was working against me?
This morning, I still don’t have answers as to why things just didn’t feel like they were working yesterday. And, for now, that’s okay. Because this morning, I can trust that God is still good. That He is still working all things together for my good and for His glory. That He still loves me.
I can trust that He sees me – the good, the bad, and the ugly – and that He’ll be there for me, on the days that go great, and on the days where I feel as if I’ve completely failed.
And, for today, that’s enough for me.
Catch y’all tomorrow,