Yep, I’m back in my chair again and if feels good except the words aren’t coming very fast. The wind from my son’s fan is blasting across my desk making be a bit sleepy and my poor dog is coughing a lot. She’s been with us for 13 years and I think it may be time to let her go or at least soon. She has an enlarged heart. I always new she had a lot of love to give. She is my constant companion and even now struggles to stay with me if I move rooms despite my saying no, stay there and rest. So that and with a very ill mother in law (whom I love very much and doesn’t fit that awful sterotype!) is on my mind so no wonder I feel like I’m writing against the wind.
For now I’m working on my mission statement and later on my out of date web page. I’m also working on a mystery. I have more time now that I’m no longer working at the insurance office. I tried but it just wasn’t me, I felt like I sidestepped God’s plan a bit so now I’m going to give His plan a real try. Ever feel like that?
2 thoughts on “Writing against the wind”
Thanks for reading my blog. I do feel better when I’m following what I think is God’s plan. Just wish it wasn’t so hard for me to figure out how to stay on the path.
Diana, I know EXACTLY what you are saying about side-stepping God’s plan and then realizing we need to get right back to it!…when I am doing what I feel He has lead me to do, I am calm, serene, and joyful (not always happy, but always joyful!)…
this is the first time i have read your blog and i have only read this post, but i will definitely be reading more!
sometimes i feel like i am doing it all “against the wind,” then i realize that is usually when i have turned my back, so it is just a matter of turning back around and facing my Lord and Savior…then i am refreshed and revitalized by the wind instead of being blown back…
than you SO much for your blog entry, it was EXACTLY what i needed today…
oh and i have a MIL like that and a dog that is just like that (he has a heart condition and probably won’t be with us much longer also :(..)