Balance?

Throughout our lives, we are taught balance. We begin with holding our head upright, then our upper body, and finally learning to stand and walk. I remember when my son began to walk. He’d get on his feet, take the first step and wobble run on his toes unable to stop without falling. He was a later than usual walker and I believe part of that was an off and on problem with his ears.

But I digress, we learn more about balance as the years pass. We even learn to balance our bank accounts. In all things, balance is required. I remember having to balance a work life, with a family, and college classes. But I did it. Why? Because we always find a way when things are necessary. Love drives us.

So, as a senior, what should I have to balance now? My children are grown with their own families and balancing acts. My husband is in heaven. I’m retired.

But I still write. I still publish books. I have a new cat in the household who needs attention and food, and lots of love. I have financial needs to meet. Oh, and I have diabetes, A-fib, and require being on a blood thinner, which demands being checked frequently. I need to balance nutrients in what I eat daily. I have to balance my introvert tendencies with being social.

Throughout my life, I’ve learned the art of balance. It’s part of life, of being alive. I’m grateful for every item I balance and especially grateful to God for leading me!

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Carol Ann Erhardt

I've been publishing 4-and-5-star books since 2006. All current titles are listed on my Books page. My daily life is filled with funny moments shared with my cat, Finnegan. He has a diary on this website as well. My blog contains information about my daily life, thoughts, and inspirations. I am a Christian woman who enjoys helping others.

2 thoughts on “Balance?”

  1. Balance. Yes, life is a balancing act. Being in my 50s now, one of the critical things I’ve learned about balancing is to keep Jesus at the Center. Wish I had learned this life lesson years sooner than I did, but that’s ok. Sometimes I’m a slow learner 😉 But keeping Jesus up front & center all else falls into proper balance. I love you, Mommy. And I love this picture of you & Rhyan!!

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