Two women. One from the United States and one from Mexico. Did we know our paths would cross one day? No! But, I am so glad they did. My life is forever changed. Are we the same? In some ways, yes. In other ways, no. Her life much harder than I could ever imagine. Some would look at me and say I am far better off than the other woman. Some would say I was born into privilege. But what makes me any better than anyone else? Because I was born in a country where life is much easier? Because I was born in the US? How much different my life would be if I was born in a third world country. Why was I the lucky one to be born in North America? But, am I really the blessed one? Sometimes I question if I am truly fortunate. The other woman able to take one moment at a time; to be focused on what is truly important, family. Me, so busy with life and not able to relax without feeling guilty. Questions that stir in my mind as I sit watching, talking, and waiting among the beautiful people here in a Mexico.
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I am a homeschool mom of three children and I love my family very much. We live on 20 beautiful acres, up in the mountains. I am a lover of Christ,who died for my sins. We are off-grid homesteaders and this blog will be about our journey over the past three years. My husband has been awesome during this time of simple living. We are starting a ministry called Cherith Brook Ranch. This is for burned out christians to come get away from it all. You can visit our website at www.cherithbrookranch.com. 1 Kings 17:3 talks about Elijah when he was told by God to go to the Brook Cherith and hide. This is what our ministry is all about - people coming and being refreshed. They can stay as long as they like. We make homemade bread, candles, and other things such as rose petal jelly. Thanks for stopping by! View all posts by homesteadmom