Doesn't Spring give you hope? I've never been so excited about Spring as I am this year. With a yard of our own, I can watch Spring coming out of the ground and budding on plants daily. We have had several nights of Spring thunderstorms, and I absolutely love the pounding rain on the roof as I drift asleep and the waking up to see the ground even greener than it was before the rain.
Spring fills my soul and drives me to action. As the world wakes up again, so does my gumption, and I have been in full-on hustle mode of late. Contrastingly, you all have been hearing crickets on the blog.
So this is just a little note to say that I am working. On my dreams, on my passions, on my job, on my house, on my marriage, on my relationship with God. I've been absorbing inspiring non-fiction, praying like crazy, writing lots of songs (I can't wait to share soon), making to-do lists a mile long, and feeling so hopeful/anxious/burdened/excited/giddy about the future (poor Jeremy has to deal with THAT mess of emotions).
But, in this season of life, that means I am a little bit quieter on the world wide web. And I feel ok about that. So, this isn't exactly an apology.
But, I LOVE BLOGGING. It is a necessary outlet for my soul. So, I'm still here, but I'm also everywhere else. So, this Spring, I will be probably blogging only when I have something to say. A project to share. An important thought. Maybe once a week instead of three times a week. Maybe four times one week and none the next. We will see.
I have 100 projects happening in my house right now, but none of them are ready to share with you yet. And I'm so busy putting up paneling and painting accent walls that I haven't had time to write about it, but I just wanted to check in (because I went a whole week without a single post! Eee gads!)
I love you all. And I love Spring. And I love seasons of learning and growth.