01 October 2011

31 days of LIVING in transition {day 1}

Well, the time has come for a little bit of discipline and accountability in my life.

And I have to tell you: I'm a little bit scared.

You see, God has been pushing me beyond my boundaries of laziness, stress, and frustration into a zen-like place of rest, peace, and intentionality. Ok, I'm not totally zen yet. But I have been moving towards the rest, liking the idea of peace, and practicing the art of intentionality.

Over the next 31 days, I hope to share about all these wonderful things with you, but for now, I leave you with the post number one. A call to live, wherever, whenever, and for however long that may be.



day 2 :: the lease
day 3 :: the books
day 4 :: the bungee
day 5 :: the long obedience
day 6 :: the days
day 7 :: the roots
day 8 :: the seasons
day 9 :: love the one you're with
day 10 :: hokey coping
day 12 :: leave your house
day 13 :: invite people in
day 14 :: for when it stinks
day 15 :: make a haven
day 16 :: the change
day 17 :: pretending
day 18 :: the annivesaries
day 20 :: follow the leader
days 21-24 :: in pictures
day 25 :: fellow travelers
day 26 :: i know it's there
day 27 :: sans internet
day 28 :: finding narnia
day 29 :: a night off
day 30 :: resources

6 comments :

  1. Sounds interesting! Can't wait to come back and check out your posts :)

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  2. Sounds great, I'll look forward to reading this!

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  3. Looking forward to reading these posts.
    I would also like to get in touch with you - underthecoverofprayer [at] gmail [dot] com.

    Blessings,
    Jan
    also from jancoxabetterway.

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  4. Thanks for visiting, ladies. I'm not so great at follow-thru, but think I've got at least 31 things to say about transition!

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  5. I bet you could say about 5000 things about transition. I'm so glad you are doing it. I am sure to learn some contentment from it. It is likely to bring back some hard and trying memories. And maybe some encouragement to log away for the future. Can't wait to read more!

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  6. Oh transition - so familiar, so still in it as we speak. I look forward to reading your posts for the month and learning. God bless you!

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