This is my last post . . .
Those are bittersweet words to type, but with good reason. It saddens me a bit considering who I was when I began this blogging journey. I’m almost two years into it from the start of brain dumping and design; almost a year into it from the timing of my first post. Yet, truth be told, a lot transpires over two years; circumstances and people change.
If you’re fortunate, like myself, then they do so for the better. New opportunities present themselves. Ideas and passions progress. New doors open. God reveals to you just a few more steps on the path he’s laid in front of you.
The humor in this to me is that my last post, Courage to Quit, was an effort to relay my experiences to others so that they may see that there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel if they choose to pursue it; that maybe the grass on the other side is greener if you just hop the fence. I had no idea I was writing those words to myself though. For in them, I finally felt freed to do just what I’m doing now – respond to the urging on my heart.
While writing a post last week geared towards Valentine’s Day, I felt empty, blocked, and somewhat sad. My experience has taught me that when I’m in that place in life, it’s because I’m in the wrong place altogether. I’ve learned that intuition is God’s nudging and frustration is generally when I resist it.… Read More...