Sensory Overload

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Photo by James L.W on Unsplash

On Monday, after a three-day weekend, I was close to being late for signing into my virtual desktop and starting the workday.  I dashed into the kitchen for coffee.  That first sip of coffee went down smoothly. I paused and noticed the calendar on the fridge read June.  I started to flip it to July and saw June’s verse: “For we walk by faith, not by sight.” 2 Corinthians 5:7. Continue reading “Sensory Overload”

Out of Step

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(Photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash)

Yesterday morning, I woke in a good mood.  My post was ready to go.  I looked forward to a wonderful day.  It just needed the audio clip and a few tweaks.  I signed onto my work desktop and opened my email.  The email’s subject line put me on notice.  Trouble was brewing.  Uh oh… Do I open it or ignore it? Continue reading “Out of Step”

Limitations

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Caught this week on a rainy drive home: God’s Bow within the Storm Clouds (Photo by Milly Moss)

This week I found my writing meandering.  Then the words stopped.  I spent this week dreading each day ahead of me imagining what would happen tomorrow.  What are they going to say?  What if I said this?  I could not stop my mind from playing out scenarios. Continue reading “Limitations”

Writing with Him

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To the Finish… Finish… Finish line… (Photo by Ray Hennessy on Unsplash)

Can you imagine writing with God?  I thought I could until I got myself bogged down in the 2019 NaNoWriMo challenge. I almost quit a few times during the thirty-day marathon.  So what’s the verdict?  Did my fingers walk across the finish line? Continue reading “Writing with Him”