Everything was going well. I was on track with my study schedule and feeling confident. But as the weeks passed and I spent every free moment with my head down devouring LSAT prep, I became painfully aware that I was neglecting my children.
As a stay at home, homeschooling mother that is currently pregnant with baby number four, my main priority is my household and my children. While other moms may be able swing studying + family life, I couldn’t master it in this season of life.
I had become a half assed mom, and while the LSAT would come and go, law school would be waiting, and then the bar exam, then my career. And while it’s incredibly difficult to press pause once again, I know that my time will come.
The LSAT and I will meet again. I will go to law school one day and become an attorney. For now, I choose to be present for my children and husband. One of my favorite quotes is “The blessing was delayed not denied“, and that’s what I’m holding onto.
Good luck to everyone taking the September test! I am cheering you on and hope to join you soon. ❤️
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So glad to have found your blog! Delayed is definitely not denied! I am going to seek God in prayer about adding the law school experience as a single mom to my current blog! Thank you for sharing!