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I really don’t want to be one of those blog writers that shows up every now and again apologizing for my absence. However here I am doing just that. As if someone out there is paying attention to the last time I posted an article.
A little known fact about me that I find humorous as a blog writer is how quiet I can get.
There are some people in this world that need to talk all the time. They talk about their hopes, fears, trials, joys, adventures, and all the things. I am not one of those. Especially when I am walking through a refining season.
I find my voice after the storm clouds have parted.
This is not to say anything is particularly wrong in my world. My marriage is healthy and strong. Our kids are chugging along, and I am still doing all the things I have been doing. So why the clouds?
For the past year I have been working my way through the Bible, and I have been getting quieter the bigger I see Jesus. The more time I have spent with God the more I understand the importance of being quiet. I do not know yet how some plans I have made will come to furition, but I am trusting an Almighty Soverign God to figure that out for me. Which leaves no room for whining, pouting, complaining, bickering, and strife.
I have been a blog writer for 8+ years, and I have no intention of quitting, just taking some time to work through life as it happens.
As we are nearing the finish line of our homeschool year in CC. I get to put tutoring on the back burner for a month or two. I will make time to write about all the things.