A well-lived life
“Her’s was a life well-lived.” I heard that statement at a recent funeral, summing up the long life of a woman now passed on to Glory. She left behind a legacy of faithfulness, including people I’m thankful to call friends.
The entire service was lovely. But out of all that was said, that particular statement stuck hard and fast, as thinking about how I live my life and the effect of the work I do has been on my mind recently.
As my role of full-time mom has shifted in the last few years as my kids aged into elementary school, I’ve been faced with the age-old question, “What do I want to be when I grow up?”
Read the complete piece, "Finding what to do when Grown Up" at the Hillsboro Free Press.