The vision is yet for the appointed time. ~Habakkuk 2:3.
When I take a minute and think back to June 30, 2016. I can still feel the butterflies in my stomach. In a few seconds I would give birth to my baby. This baby was well overdue. Not nine months more like nine years overdue.
I was barren for four years. Even after I gave birth to my children. I was still barren in areas of my life. The void that I was feeling in my life was destroying my soul. In order to heal and move forward. I began to write. My vision was in my head. But until I scribed it on paper it wasn’t real.
The journals were my story, my struggles, my victories and my testimony. There was no way I could carry the weight any longer. I knew I was supposed to share A Woman’s Work. But I was disobedient. Once I shared it with the world. There was no turning back. On June 30, 2016 when I pressed publish. Everything changed.
With every post I felt stronger. I was stronger because I was finally not hiding autism, infertility, divorce and financial stress. Often times we think that we are all alone. That no one else knows what it is like to feel disappointed, lonely, and bitter. If your life is perfect. Keep living because calm seas don’t last always.
June 30, 2017 will be my 1st year blogiversary for A Woman’s Work. How will I celebrate? What did I learn? How will I improve? What are my proudest moments? When will I finish my book? I’ll share those answers with all of you soon.
From my heart to yours. Thank you for your support, friendship, comments, and your love! You give me the courage to continue blogging. I pray that God lead me in the right direction and that my writing has a purpose.