Posted by: Judy | March 9, 2012

Yesterday was better…

I created a reset button. I also like the idea of an etch-a-sketch. Either way, I took myself to Starbucks, a treat for me. Hot chocolate and a chocolate croissant and a chair at a table by the window. Free wi-fi to download my latest Kindle acquisitions. A chance to read a couple chapters in one of my ebooks. Less than an hour later, and I headed home feeling like I was breathing easier and not feeling so scattered.

Interestingly enough, I came home and shut and locked my door. Who knew something so simple could make such a big difference? Thanks God for the inspiration. It’s true I’ve been so scattered I haven’t stilled myself to listen.

One of my favorite scriptures is from Psalms. “Be still and know that I am God.”

My regular work isn’t finished, but it’s well started, and plenty of time to finish, tomorrow. So far, so good. There’s time left over to do the work of my heart.


Responses

  1. “Tenderness and kindness are not signs of weakness and despair, but manifestations of strength and resolutions.”
    said once K:Gilbran
    I did pass it over to You like little shiny sun
    🙂 milena

    • Love the quote! Thanks, milena.

  2. Nice to hear you are doing better today. You are awesome. 😉

    • Thanks, Ruth! 🙂

  3. Isn’t how funny how we always get surprised all over again when we finally get around to treating ourselves to a little something special, and then we experience that release of relief, or renewal? We get so lost in working, working, working towards something, that we forget (again) to stop, and rest, and enjoy. Glad to hear you were feeling renewed.

    • Thank you, ntexas. Still feeling on top of things. Yay! 🙂


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