My friend Mindy and I took our kids to a local circus this afternoon! I now have new respect for what it means when people say their home runs like a circus or they feel like the day resembles a circus! Having never experienced a real circus, wow. Crazy, high-energy, dirty, loud, smelly, and much much more. It’s an overwhelming temptation to buy, too. How can you not consider a sno cone, popcorn, or even an oversized circus coloring book when it’s only $1? The boys sat (mostly…) for two hours mesmerized by the lights, action, motorcycles, and gigantic animals. It was a great way to spend my last afternoon as a mama of 2. Yes, you read correctly! This morning my doctor raised the option of induction tomorrow morning and I said yes! I know that God has yet again provided for our family…and I am so humbled and thankful. Next week, Chris is slated to travel for an internship interview on my due date (Tuesday) and has 2 huge presentations with representatives flying in from Toyota/Scion in California. I had been praying that God would work it out, and I was convinced that asking to be induced was not the way to fix it. I was completely content just to wait and see how God would masterfully time our next days. So my doctor suggesting induction tomorrow was perfect. A small thing in the midst of a world with big problems, but just another way I know that God is deeply personal…makes me all the more willing to keep on trusting Him. Stay tuned tomorrow to meet our baby boy!