Especially with all the animals I now have, the farm started..how much Seth would have loved this life so much.
He was such a goofball!
He loved goats. Every time we went out doing the LE work, when we drove around the countryside, passing a herd of them, he would always jokingly refer to him being a part of their furry family.
...He was a bit of a wooly booger(a nickname I jokingly called him sometimes) and silly just like they can be lol
I do want to share memories of him, so that some can see Seth in that last few years of his life...what a difference God made in his life.
How much he lit up when he shared to others about God...it was like a miracle drug to his depression!
Another wonderful thing about him was he loved to cook, especially greek type foods like homemade pita,hummus,and a feta chickpea salad.
He would always always make my plate first wherever we were, be it at meetings etc...if I had Josiah, he would make sure I was taken care of.
That's just how he was..
Marriage wasn't perfect, it was hard, especially battling his mental illness, but...I would go through ALL of it with him, if I could have him back.
Cherish your marriages and don't let frivolous things get in between each of you.
Don't let the world sway you with its temptations of something better..marriage is SUCH a blessing.
Being a Christian isn't easy...and its just like marriage.
You have to fight every day to keep that connection.
To keep that love..
Love your spouse today.. cherish them.
Life is fragile.