Writing for five unedited minutes on the prompt “More” for the Five Minute Friday linkup.
My upcoming lean season will be abundant, not sparse.
I’m quitting my job and jumping into the freelance life on May 15. No income right away means more diligence, but I’m refusing to fall into the old trap of a scarcity mindset.
Writing for five unedited minutes on the prompt Purpose, for katemotaung.com.
I have heard our two-fold purpose as Christians is to glorify God and introduce others to him.
At this point in my life, I want to bear greater fruit for his glory.
I also want to share my fruit with others, so they can taste the sweet life of belief.
I am waiting for God to make a big reveal this week.
The results of a writing contest I entered in early January should be announced in the next 24 hours.
A range of feelings has gripped me in the past eight weeks. First, excitement. Then impatience. Then elation, anxiety, and doubt. Close to the end, a strange mixture of hope, fear, and readiness for it all to be over. I’ve been waiting with a bundle of emotions for the past 52 days.
A huge storm system hit my area last night, claiming the lives of two people.
I was up late, watching some results of a contest I entered.
As I watched the Facebook photos roll in of scary-big hail and overturned vehicles, I turned to Psalm 18, the psalm which carried me through so many hard times in the past.
April 15 is already staring me in the face, and its stare is menacing.
My husband’s construction company had a banner year in 2016, but that translates into a much higher tax bill this April. As in, four times what we normally pay. Four times the amount I’ve saved up. A crazy-big check equal to my entire income last year.