Like clockwork, each week I join Kate's Five-Minute-Friday link-up. The rules remain the same, each week write for five minutes, using the prompt Kate provides, no editing, no overthinking it, just write raw then link up to her blog.
I like to visit other writer's blogs to read what they wrote, but only after I have written mine. I want to write my own thoughts without being distracted by others point of view or direction for the weekly word. What I love and find interesting is how there are so many different thoughts written each week on that one word.
As I always like to say, "we wouldn't have met who we did, had the journey not have a bump in the road!"
The timer is set...
During my devotions earlier today, which by the way are a bit off kilter with hubby's schedule lately, some of my messages got overlooked, like this message from Jennifer Rothschild that showed up on my newsfeed.
I've been following her for ten years now. Her Bible Study, Me, Myself, and Lies... a thought closet makeover back in 2009 was one of my first studies. In that study, she walked me through putting some of my most profound thoughts of myself where they belonged.
When I clicked on it, the first thing I noticed was the date this podcast was from February 14, 2019. I don't remember seeing it back then, but for reasons only God knows, it showed up today!