aka This Pilgrim’s Progress
One of the problems I have with blogging is that I have quite literally hundreds of things to say. Right now (and thankfully for YOU), I’ll focus on just a few of them.
First, no matter where we’re at right now, God’s got this. He’s holding us close in the palm of His hand.
He loves us and wants nothing more than our trust.
Aren’t we cute? He has numbered the very
hairs on our head warts on our back.
Second, my computer’s hard drive has gone kaput. I’m writing this post on the kids’ computer and it feels weird, like I’m invading their space. (Also? Who the heck spilled their DQ Blizzard on the desk? And then just left it? That’s gross! I mean really!)
The irony isn’t lost on me, that I’ve posed the question “What is God’s will for my blogging?” and then, justlikethat, my computer goes down.
Where there’s a will there’s a way, however! I did want to check in with you and say thank you for taking the time to comment. I had to smile (and wince) when I read Jennie C’s comment:
“Margaret, you ask this question so often, that I think you already know the answer. We love you, to be sure, but maybe it’s time to step back without guilt for a season. Your kids are growing older, and older children are more demanding of our time. Something has to give, and this is probably it. Don’t quit blogging if it gives you any measure of joy. Do quit blogging if it’s one more thing on your to-do list. Or – best of both worlds here – write what you want when you want without worrying about what a bunch of people on the internet think. And clean your house anyway. It’s easier to write in a tidy space.”
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