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More Change

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Nov 5th, 2012
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Well, I always tell myself that I’m going to start writing again…about the babychild, or home life, or ministry or Jesus. All are good topics and I have plenty of thoughts on any one of them. Every month that goes by seems to bring something new, and then I think, well after this or that settles down…Yea, it never settles down!

Last week Simon Edison Karulkar was born. It’s been one week. One crazy, long and amazing week! A whole array of emotions and a new routine and really, no routine. Just day by day. Life with two children. Who in the world would have thought that this would be my life in the Fall of 2012, at 34 years of age. You couldn’t have told me it would be like this, and honestly, I couldn’t be happier with what it is. Life is great. God is good. I feel overwhelmed by God’s grace. I have no idea how to do any of it…but walking with God makes it less hectic and more enjoyable. It’s learning how to walk in step with Jesus and the Holy Spirit that he promised. No, I can’t say that I’m great at it. I have my moments of panic, or anxiety and sadness. I get emotional (of course I can blame it on pregnancy and babies, etc haha!) But, the one constant in our lives is the grace of God. No way I want to walk away from that, no matter what might happen.

I can’t say thank you enough to those who have been our support system, both near and far. It’s a wonderful thing to have friends, family, church, and neighbors looking out for you. Hopefully more writings and adventures will be shared on here in the coming days and months. If I can keep up with two sweet boys, a fantastic understanding husband, an exciting church and whatever else life brings our way!


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