Where Am I…?

Hi friends!

I’ve finally come out of my ‘blogger’s block’.  It’s like writer’s block, but on a much smaller scale!

I’ve had many fleeting ideas about what to ‘blog’ about lately.  Some deep, some funny (at least I think so!), some informational/how-to-ish).  These come-n-go type thoughts lead me to believe I’m gonna have a ‘hodge-podge blog’.  You’ll just never know what you’ll find when you click that link, ha!

But today…oh today…you’re in for it.  I’m bout to get deep.

I’ve been thinking a lot, maybe toooo much lately.  This happens when you work with/by/for yourself.

I’ve been thinking about where I was, where I’m at, & where I’m going (hint:  I don’t know that part yet, so stay tuned).  I remember a time when I was confused, feeling a bit lost, fearful & literally clinging to the edge of my faith & my hope that everything would turn out okay.  Through that time, my faith grew a lot & my hope was planted as just a little seed.  I never knew how much hope could grow until my path was revealed.  My troubles cleared up, my outlook brightened, and my location….it changed, too!

So, here I am in the beautiful mountains of North Georgia.  I think about how that little seed of hope was so hard to believe in.  It was a ‘maybe…just maybe’ and a ‘could it Ever be so?’

That hope has really grown over time.   It’s grown because someone bigger than me…is taking care of me.  Arranging circumstances and details until I’m capable of handling them.   He has proven again, and again…and again that I can trust Him and that is why I have hope.

I think everyone could use some more hope.  Maybe it feels like you have none and need a hope seed to be planted.  Or maybe life is going smoothly and your hope is blossoming.  Either way, even if the amount of hope is very small, it’s very much alive, even if we want to deny it’s promise.  When we’ve been blessed to experience a flowering from our seed of hope, it blooms for others to enjoy, too.




“Show me your ways, Lord, teach me your paths.  Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long.”  Psalm 25:4-5






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