It’s rare these days that I get a moment to myself and for the most part, I’ve made my peace with that. This is the season of life that I’m in and I’m learning to embrace it. Today
the stars nap times aligned and I was able to retreat to my office for a few minutes of writing. While I had my editorial calendar in hand I couldn’t manage to find the words I was searching for. Instead of going about my housework as I probably should have, I stopped by some of my favorite bloggers to see what’s going on in their world. Pausing to read the words of other bloggers who have poured their heart out on a page was refreshing. I cried a few tears, laughed, and shook my head in agreement. Then I decided to round up those posts and share them with you in hopes that you might find them a blessing too.
Some of these writers are personal friends of mine and some are just “friends in my head.” You know, I read their words so often that I feel like I know them and I forget that they don’t know me. Do you do that too? Maybe some day we’ll be friends here on earth but if not, I’m certain we will be in Heaven one day!
- – Courtney from Women Living Well wrote a terrific article about Sound Doctrine. In it, she explains what it is and why it’s important.
- – Lisa-Jo Baker shared a post entitled, “How to Make Your Daughter Feel Beautiful.” Grab your tissues! This article is packed full of great advice and raw emotion.
- – Tracie Miles has a beautiful guest post on Proverbs31.org about Jesus’ Compassion. This devotion may help you view the cross in a different way.
- – Sharon Glasgow shares about how she fries and eats dandelions. Yep, you read that right. Dandelions! Now I’m regretting that we had our lawn treated for weeds. Sort of.
- – Renee Swope is a new contributor for incourage.me and her recent post “I don’t really know you, yet I want to” is fabulous. It’s a candid discussion about getting to know someone. Truly knowing someone.
I hope you’re able to slow down and take a look at one or two of these posts for yourself. I think they’ll be an encouragement. Now, where’s that laundry basket?