I’ve been swimming in all kinds of beautiful, messy-goodness and some crazy-hardness at home. Such as life. I never want my online image to represent anything, but my real-life. Though, I will spare you the actual images of my make-up-less-face and all-natural-curly-frizzy-hair, while typing away in my sweats and tank daily-duds. Seriously.
I say all that to say, I’ve had some posts scheduled that I haven’t gotten to finish. I’ve been choosing my family and my kids and my home over the blog. And for me, that’s the way it should be. But, I did want to update you on what I am planning.
Last week I started sharing my passions with you. One post I wrote was on “mentoring,” and the other on “missions.” I’ve got two more I’d like to write finish writing. One on “motherhood,” and the other on “making of a home.” Catching on yet? Well, I didn’t actually try and find all words that begin with “M.” It sorta just worked out that way.
Mentoring is wildly important to me,
missions is part of my calling,
I am immersed full-time + lots of over-time in messy motherhood,
and I spend more time making-a-home than most anything.
I intentionally planned to write the posts that lead up to my new “about me” page. That’s coming soon, too. Slowly, a blog make-over is happening. 🙂
I have big dreams, friend. Those dreams are becoming clearer as I own my passions, instead of try and trade them in for someone else’s. The amazing thing about seeking God for direction is this; when our hearts are completely His, many times the desires we have are His too, because He put them there. So, after a while of asking Him, “What am I supposed to do?” His answer comes as a question, “What is it that you want to do?” because the answer is one in the same.
Do you think so? I do, and it’s freeing, within radically, immensely beautiful Holy Ghost bounds.
Well, friend, if you stuck around for my rambling post, I thank you. Tomorrow I am going to share about a book my friend co-wrote that just released yesterday. A book I believe every one who cares about making any difference in the world around them, should read.