Mega-corporations doing a good job of telling their humble story. Church we should be better at doing this.
Getting beyond survival mode
We all have a craft of some sort. That thing we do, that we think about and that we pursue on our own time. But having the physical and emotional energy to do requires certain prerequisites.
Over the last 6 months we have been reestablishing our lives in a new city, in a new community and with a whole new career.
So much has changed that I really felt like I forgot about some of the things that I know best and did a lot.
In other words, I am sorry that I stopped blogging for the last 6 months. Not because it disappointed my reader (hey mom!) but because public writing challenges me in a way that little else does.
In thinking through this post, I kept coming back to the idea that when we make such big life change it’s easy, and honestly necessary, to fall into survival mode. I’ve been meeting the demands of the day and little else.
Well, I think we are to a point where camp is setup, the land has been scouted and the necessities are taken care of. I’m ready to begin my craft again.
Blogging being one craft I am eager to dive into again. Hello blog.