I came home from a large event yesterday and fell to my chair in an exhausted heap. I can share that I have given my all – everything I knew to give – and now the project is over. I slept for a couple of hours – and then got up to hit the refresh button on the house.
Straightening the building that has been used for gatherings each week, and lovingly tending it back into a home – a nourishing – refreshing home.
I can not express in few words – or maybe even in much words – the growth and change that has occurred in my heart these past months.
I have been side tracked by Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Lego Clubs.
In spending the evening going from room to room, straightening, cleaning, purging,
My mind was continually drawn to the Blogs – Online Time -
Wondering, what other things in my life have I allowed to come in, take time, and side track.
I enjoy reading the blogs, and commenting. I enjoy the comments I receive. I enjoy knowing what my friends are up to on Facebook. I enjoy sharing my life.
But I am constantly pulled to realizing – that in the focus of sharing the life, I have stopped living mine. I know. It doesn’t make sense.
I don’t seem to have the energy, prioritizing skills, or knowledge to know how to participate in other’s lives, and still have a really fun cool, growing, refreshing life of my own.
I’m going to take the next 3 weeks to get ready for January.
To reflect and slow down.
To become a hermit of sorts.
To pray and Seek His Face in the next steps of my life.
Knowing that the steps that I take deeply and everlastingly effect those of my family.
I am reminded this morning of John 10, 3-4 and Psalm 139 – that He calls us out. He leads us. He has us Hedged In on All Sides. He knows, and I am unable to understand.
I am feeling the pull to change my blogging style back to that of where I started. When I only had 2 readers. When I wasn’t aware of format and grammar and too many pictures, or too few pictures, or writing for sponsors or writing for memes. Just writing. Because I woke up every day – like today – with words. and Typing at over 100 words a minute comes easier than italic handwriting in a small notebook.
This morning I logged back into my Pebblekeeper.spaces.live.com site – to remember where I’ve been – and it asked to merge with my wordpress blog. There is a new category bar on the right hand side there. I’ll be moving those old posts around.
You may not see much of a change as a reader, as you have already seen the amount of blog posts may decrease.
My brain is mud today. So many thoughts. I have a desire to be transparent on this site – but boring you with the inner workings of how I transition -
I am going to be deleting more on