So much information today. So much to think about and great wisdom passed on.
Got my head a spinning and no, not like Linda Blair.
These women are exceptional writers. And darn it if they didn't make us do a 10 minute writing prompt.
I didn't like the subject. What dumb exercise is this? What I left at home? Just write? Just don't think and write? Wow.
Here you go.. and where I went today…
What I left at home…
I left my heart at home.
I left the laughter and the familiar at home. The way the man smiles at me when he walks in the door after a long stressful day at work because my presence eases his soul.
I left the laughter and the gushing at home from my girls who are goofy and lovely and crazy and attached to my hip.
I left the sweetness and insecurity and quiet yearning from a son who is growing into a man too quickly for his own liking.
I left the sounds of family happening and life changing. I left the jumping excitement of the puppies and wags of the tails.
I left the comfort zone of who I am and what I know for an unknown filled with unfamiliar people and a slightly unfamiliar way of living.
I left the creamer and amazing bed and couch and the smells and the comforts of home.
I am at a cross roads of where God is taking me.
I don’t want to leave home or leave anything at home. I feel torn.
I want to be home. I want to be with Him 24/7 surrounded by my family and laughter and be comfortable with that.
But, at the same time, I want to be at home all the time. At home in my own skin, in this season of my life and with where He has me.
I want to feel like I never leave anything anywhere because it’s been given as a drink offering to Him to use everywhere all the time.
Wisdom was definitely passed on today. Blissdom 2010 is a good thing. Good thing.