DAY 21 (Read Day 1 “OK, Honey. Challenge Accepted!” Post)
“I’m not taken the beaten path. I’m a leader not a follower,” said just before getting lost on a hike.
The question of the day is…
When is it important to pave new roads and when is it wise to flow the wisdom of those who’ve gone before?
DAY 9 (Read Day 1 “OK, Honey. Challenge Accepted!” Post)
First thought when I wake, final thing I check before sleep. Who liked it? Who commented? Who shared? What I should ask is, WHO CARES?
DAY 2 (Read Day 1 “OK, Honey. Challenge Accepted!” Post)
Not even a sunset passes before occasion to implement that which I teach is staged before me.
“Your passions, those characteristics and talents that God has gifted you with need exercise, need nurturing, need practice and the only way to do that is by actively doing hard things.”
The girls listened, nodded their heads and even responded with ideas of how their young teen lives could be productive and prepatory for what God has for them in the future. We closed our journals and I prayed for them to find ways to employ what they learned.
“You want me to what?”
“You heard me,” he said.
“30 blogs in thirty days?” My mind tries to wrap my brain around it. My fingers stumble over the keys multiplying the need to backspace. “That’s like, one ever day.”
“Yep,” his smirk clearly came through the Skype response.
“Seriously? I’ll give up ice cream, TV, bathing in the sun…” I search for anything of value. “Soda with caffeine! Popcorn! Facebook!!”