The capacity to view things in their true relations or relative importance…point of view…a mental view or prospect.That’s what perspective is. And I’ve gotten a lot of it lately. Much has changed in my life in 2010. I began working a new job on February 15th. I’ve been working from home for years which has been very nice. But, an opportunity presented itself for me to take a different job. Neither my husband nor I could deny God’s hand in bringing this new role to our family. So I accepted it. Much has changed. I am gone from my home about 20 hours a week. I have a little less time with my sons. I don’t have a day off with my husband. My house isn’t as clean. We eat leftovers more for dinner. I can’t meet with women one on one very often. But, I am not riding around on a boat in Nashville watching my house float away. I’m not waiting for a surgical procedure to see whether or not I’ll need a hysterectomy at the age of 35. I’m not waiting for my wayward teenager to turn her life around and come back home. So, while my new schedule causes me the occasional discomfort, I need to remember that I chose this because I believe God opened this door for me. I also need to be grateful for the blessing of this job because I work in a fabulous, godly environment and earn more for our family as we strive for financial freedom. A little taste of perspective is what I needed today. You?