My five-year-old son is singing.

It is an extremely RARE occurrence but is one of the cutest things you’d ever see. He is singing that song from the “The Lego Movie,” entitled, “Everything is Awesome.”

“Everything is awesome…he sings…everything is great when you’re part of the team.”

He goes between this and nudging me to go and get ready. Today we are going to my mom’s house and he is quite excited. I have a doctor’s appointment and she is going to watch him while I am there.

I hate to say it, but I’m somewhat nervous for this appointment. I’ve prayed about it, and that has definitely helped, but every time I go to see my psychiatrist my heart flutters a bit.

I don’t know what I’m so afraid of…all he does is give me my prescriptions and do what they call a “med check.” Nothing will have changed—let’s hope that also includes my weight, but either way these appointments sometimes have me unsettled.

One time I went to see him and they actually forgot me in the waiting room. They took an evaluation appointment (by accident) back instead and those appointments last an hour so I didn’t get to be able to see him that day at all. They felt bad. But ever since then I have been overly THERE so they make sure it doesn’t happen again upon check in.

Have you ever been anxious about something that there really wasn’t a reason to be anxious for?

Maybe it’s excitement. I told myself this this morning and you know what? It definitely helped in making it all seem more positive. Our perspectives on how we see things definitely play a role in how things turn out, so I have decided that instead of labeling this feeling as “anxiousness” I am going to tell myself I’m “excited” instead.

I could get so excited I could have a panic attack, but I know that with God’s help things will work out the way in which they are supposed to. And if I do indeed have one, I will be in the right place at the time it happens.

I pray you have a day full of peace and love and that nothing can get you anxious or worry some. God loves you and wants you to live a happy, free and joyous life. Look to Him and things will always be much easier than attempting to do things on your own. And Amen to that!

“And I am convinced and sure of this very thing, that He Who began a good work in you will continue until the day of Jesus Christ and perfecting and bringing it to full completion in you.” Philippians 1:6

everything is awesome.

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