58. Even When It Hurts

I don’t know where to start, so I’ll start. It’s been a long two years [exactly] since my last post and yet, it’s amazing how recent it feels at the same time.

What was supposed to be a fruitful year of writing in 2020 (during COVID) turned out to be a very lazy and unproductive season of contemplation, anxiety, fear, discovery and breakthroughs. While I’m disappointed in myself for not writing like I planned, I’m grateful for the experience that 2020 brought because I learned and experienced many things in such profound ways that will make me a much better steward of my gifts in 2021.

For 2021, I will begin to see pages filled with words and thoughts and confessions for my book, Trials & Triumph, and much creative energy put forth to craft the vision and roadmap for what this book will bring to someone that is facing the trials of life. As for me and this blog, I’m learning that I need to be more transparent and use this opportunity to invite you to have deeper, more meaningful conversations. We all need a place to belong and to feel comfortable opening up with no fear of judgment. Sometimes paying for counseling is hard and because people aren’t getting out as much and seeing people, it’s becoming very easy to withdraw.

For now, I appreciate anyone that has come across this site and I pray that some words I’ve written brings you a new perspective and some hope for a brighter year ahead. If you ever need to talk, don’t hesitate to contact me anytime.

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