10:46 pm, and I decided I wasn't ready. No five minutes of free-write and community for me.
I didn't think I would even do it. I will probably be among the last, and my blessed few will read it.
Everything is messy just now. Complications to finding work, friends bleeding hearts half out from a hundred miles away, Restlessness itching me from the inside. Transitions, transitions.
I won't be using this blog much anymore--I have decided to start a new one, because I am ready for something new. This was my first blog, my first brave, and I will be letting it go soon. I might still do my five minutes here, but even that is unknown just now.
I am ready for something different, something focused, yet more encompassing. I am calling it Stones by the River. It will be my space to mark the places where He has been in my life in the hopes that we might all see Him more clearly. I want to incorporate my other artistic skills--photography, lettering, drawing. Remnants was what I had time for when I had time for it. But He deserves more than my remnants, and I am ready now to give more.
I must decrease, I must, and this new blog will hopefully be a way for Him to increase.
I wasn't ready to post these words, wasn't ready to share this part of my journey, this risky venture into new, uncharted lands. But He was ready.
I wish I could give you, dear neighbor, something more profound, more interesting, more beautiful, but today this is all I have.