Oh dear friends, how I’ve missed you. Not only am I not doing much writing, but I’m not doing much reading and so I feel as if I’ve lost touch with all of you. Tax season has meant long days and weekends with little energy left over for writing or social media. But honestly, I haven’t felt like writing much. I know a lot of it has to do with my lack of energy, but I feel as if I’m stuck in another rut. Life moves swiftly past my eyes and I find myself questioning if I’m living the life God has planned for me. Do you ever feel as if life is happening all
I am coming off an eleven hour day and was ready to let you all know there would be no link up this week. I just didn’t have it in me to write anything, nor come up with anything quick just for the sake of posting. But then I remembered the spontaneous beauty I encountered over the weekend with one of my best friends. She texted me to see if I was doing anything on Saturday. She wanted to take me to the Bouquets to Art exhibit at the deYoung Museum in San Francisco. I’m pretty good at being spontaneous these days, as I’m too tired to plan anything. I was excited to go.
Thank you for your patience while I find balance in my life. I’m not really that busy, except it’s tax season and when you are the Office Manager for a CPA it’s very busy. So long days, overtime and a brain full of numbers leaves me with not much left to bring to this space. Because I don’t ever write ahead, it’s especially hard to keep these Monday link up (now Tuesday) posts going. But I love this community that gathers here and I have no intention of letting it go, unless the Lord says to. I don’t ever want to be a downer and I know I’ve been
Over the last few weeks I’ve been on a journey of scripture writing and so far I am really enjoying it. We are currently in Psalm 119, the longest Psalm and chapter in the Bible which is a prayer of one who delights in the ways of the Lord.
One of the scripture passages we wrote recently was Psalm 119:35.
I never once thought after coming to Christ in my early 20’s that following God’s commands would be a drudgery. I was happy to oblige because I was so in love with Him. Yet, I have to admit that sometimes I can tend to get lazy in my pursuit of God and lack the discipline