Without further ado, my monthly update:
I've also been adjusting to living in one place. In my previous life as a full-time RVer, the idea of staying in one town longer than a month was preposterous. Of course, there are times that I miss the constant changes of road life, but I'm adjusting well to stationary life, really enjoying it, even. :)
Honestly, the thing I miss the most is my family. My parents, brothers, and sisters have been my best friends, colleagues, and trusted confidants for as long as I can remember. I've lived with them for almost 26 years, so my roots stung a little when I was transplanted, especially when they left FL last week to continue their tour up north. However, while I definitely miss being able to sit down with one of them over a cup of coffee or going to a movie with them, it's okay. We still talk, text, SnapChat, and FaceTime every day. And my twin sister’s wedding is in June, so I’ll be able to see them then. It’s all part of growing up and following God’s plan for your life, I guess. :)
So, what has happened in your life this month? Any changes?
I’m tempted to just start writing and see what happens, but I tend to write more productively when I have a guideline to follow. I seriously can’t wait to jump into this thing. Writers, what are you writing this month? Readers, does this sound like someplace you would like to visit?
- for protection and grace for my family as they travel and tell the nation about our Savior
- for traveling mercies for my mom as she is in Alaska visiting her father, sister, brother, and other family members there
- for God's leading and direction in my writing this month
- for grace for my husband and I as we learn how to live together
- for God's direction in both of our lives, both personal and professional
- for the families of the Oklahoma tornado victims
- for my sister as she plans her wedding (and that my husband will be able to get off of work so he can attend)
- for several unspoken/anonymous requests
Thanks, my friends. I appreciate your prayers more than you know. Again, if I can pray for you, please don't hesitate to let me know.