That is probably not a title unique to me but I like it nonetheless, so I’m going to use it today. I can so I will! heeheeheehee
I’m growing more comfortably okay with me being me, too.
I am who God created and I must honor Him by being who He created, not someone the world has dominated or altered or somehow morphed into what “they” think I should be.
I’m living in the world of necessity BUT I am not part of the world. I have been saved and sanctified by the grace of God.
Never would have expected this! We had trick-or-treaters here in our apartment on the 6th floor on the malecon of Salinas, Ecuador! Who woulda thunk? Three tiny piratas! Too cuteness! Their mother, Consuela, brought them and fortunately we had some candy to offer them! What a surprise!
Interesting quotes from Susan Paget:
“Channel the adrenaline of fear into allowing myself to enjoy doing something that was uncertain, rather than stay safe and have regrets.”
“Reframe fear into an adventure”
“Use the energy in a way that encourages you to keep on going, rather than become catatonic.”
I’m finding her words to be particularly inspiring – of course she writes from a perspective I can relate to and in a voice that is familiar somehow. She’s been there done this and I find her views refreshing and somehow empowering. She’s wordier than I, though; and that is maybe a better thing. I’m just learning to write more. I tend to clip it and that is appropriate in most of my circumstances.
Today marks the end of this year’s Write 31 days challenge and I’m much more calm this year. Experience will do that! Having done two of these makes me more confident overall, frankly. I’ve set my sights on getting bloggerific this upcoming year after my Carpe Diem book is published. I’ll be able to work on the next books while I’m blogging. Scheduling for both.
Thanks for journeying with me, all ya’ll!
Carpe Diem beloveds!