During the heat wave I knew I needed to be intentional with moving and exercising. For me exercise is part of my mental health, along with the physical benefits. I was extremely conflicted with my goal to not go outside for fear of spontaneously combusting and my need to exercise. I decided videos indoors was … Continue reading Slow and Mindful
Out my Window: Thankfully more pleasurable (to me) temperatures and the night sky continues to be amazing. Enjoying: The stars, extra time to read, mint chocolate chip ice cream (I had to stop buying it because I was enjoying it a bit too much.) Listening to: Nothing too specific. I did catch Craig Groeschel's latest … Continue reading Daybook
The tag line for this blog is making sense and nonsense out of life. Today was heavy on trying to make sense of life. It has been a few weeks of heavy hearted events in people's lives around me. Lots of prayers and aching hearts, mine included. Today after sharing in another heartbreaking grief, I … Continue reading Holding on
So no more hashtags and accountability for Practicing Resurrection. You can find all 50 days, or actually 49 because I have math issues here https://inkblotlife.com/category/practicing-resurrection-2019/ and what I learned from those days here... https://inkblotlife.com/2019/06/09/practicing-resurrection-day-49-50/ So today I felt a little out of sorts. Apparently, I need a reason to slow down and look and listen. … Continue reading Still Practicing
Today I needed some seasonal beauty and I needed rest, so I stopped at a local farm stand and purchased some beauty. This was good for my soul.
“Because children have abounding vitality, because they are in spirit fierce and free, therefore they want things repeated and unchanged. They always say, "Do it again"; and the grown-up person does it again until he is nearly dead. For grown-up people are not strong enough to exult in monotony. But perhaps God is strong enough … Continue reading Practicing Resurrection Day 19