Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 17
As I sat on my back deck recently, I was looking at the trees. The ones in the foreground were still, but the ones in the background were being blown by the wind. I was struck with how that is like life sometimes.
Near others, or on the surface, our life looks fine. however, further away, deeper, in the space that no one else sees; we feel . . .
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 16
Chapter 3 from "Uninvited" by Lysa TerKeurst took me on a journey to "live loved" and to step away from the busyness of life. I love the quote in the picture. Jesus was never in a hurry. I was even more thrilled when I noticed the italicizes words form an acronym. (Yes, I love acronyms and just shared one a few days ago.) In order to "live . . .
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 15
Wow, today marks the halfway point of my journey in the Write 31 Days Challenge. I have met some new friends along the way. I have learned some things about myself, become more disciplined and decided I really do enjoy writing. I am also in a period of transition and learning how to take time for myself. It's ok and necessary to just "be". I . . .
Write 31 Days - Day 14
On a recent trip it was quite obvious that I needed new windshield wiper blades. The inability of the old ones to clear the pelting rain was the major factor. I really wasn't resisting buying wiper blades, I just kept forgetting to stop at the auto parts store; or maybe I knew there would be too many choices and I didn't want to face the . . .
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 13
Yesterday I shared my life verse from Zephaniah 3:17 and how I can picture myself dancing with Jesus. This image has not always been easy, but as I get older, it comes more often. Over the weekend I was part of a team leading a retreat and a friend of mine shared some thoughts on using DANCE as this acronym.
D - . . .
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 12
My life verse is Zephaniah 3:17
I come back to it, again and again. It brings comfort to my soul. Here is how I would personalize it.
"Pam, my daughter, I am the Lord your God, I am living among you and I am your mighty Savior. I take great delight, great pleasure, in you. It is not what you do, but who you are; and I do it with . . .
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 11
I enjoy reading the "Keep Calm and..." graphics on social media. Some are funny, some are serious.
I was chatting with my daughter the other day and she asked if I knew what the original "keep calm..." was and I did not. She shared that it was "Keep Calm and Carry On." So, I googled that phrase and here is what I found on Wikipedia: " . . .