What is your favorite part about yourself?
My favorite part of myself is forgiveness. I have learned that without forgiveness, life is unpleasant and tiring. It took me a while to figure out the reason for my unhappiness. What I was doing was taking all the hurts and wrongs, carrying them on my shoulders. Not just the hurts others caused me, but also the ones I brought on myself.
It wasn’t an easy lesson to learn. The hardest part was, and still is, letting go of the past. Sometimes the past pops up unexpectedly, and I find I must forgive again and let go again.
The ability to do this is my favorite part of me!
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Write about what makes you feel strong.
The Spirit dwelling in my heart makes me feel strong. He is my strength. I know, He is always with me on this journey. However, there are times I let this knowing fade into the background, and I become weak and afraid and want to give up. When that happens, He will quietly knock at the door of my heart, reminding me He has not left me. He gives me the strength and courage to continue with my journey.
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Write about a dream you remember.
When I was young, I dreamt that I was in a church waiting to walk down the aisle. I was wearing a beautiful white dress and veil and carrying a bouquet of white lilies and roses. I was so happy. I was marrying the man I had loved for a long time.
The music started, and before I started down the aisle, I looked to my left, and there was the man I loved! Startled, I asked him what he was doing there, in the vestibule. He said his best friend, the groom, invited him.
Then I woke up.
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Interview a fictional character.
I tried all day to find a fictional character to interview to no avail
They were all in hiding and though I searched they left no trail
Anyway, interviewing fictional characters to me is strange
It is far out of my imaginable writing range
So, for Bloganuary, January twenty-third two thousand twenty-two
This is all I have for you
For now, I will say
I hope I do better on Monday
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What is your favorite quote and why?
I have many favorite quotes and this is one of them.
I did the crewelwork over 20 years ago,
and it has been hanging in my kitchen ever since.
When I made it, I was a big-time worrier! Seeing the quote every day helps keep things in perspective. Yesterday is gone and tomorrow isn’t here yet. What matters is today, a day filled with possibilities and promise.
If you could, what year would you time travel to and why?
If I could time travel, I don’t think I would.
I have no interest in going back or forward, in time.
I am fine, just living today.
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