Hello my dear friends,
I’m sorry I’m not blogging more but I have come to realize that at the end of the day I’m exhausted and I forget all that I want to share with you!
After 13 days of walking, 3 days of riding bikes (which was not easier) through the rain and 3 days of rest, we are walking again! It is truly amazing how much your body begins to crave it! We thought the bike riding would be easier but NOT!! It’s much more a cardio workout and the butt soreness was something else! It was a great/different challenge but I’m glad to be walking again.
The first few weeks emotions were flooding me but now after 22 days there is a normalcy setting in.
I truly believe I have an open heart each day. What will today bring? What meaningful conversations will I have? Who will I meet etc. So today, I was processing that question with a fellow Pilgrim and I heard or recalled the Bible verse; “Cease striving and know that I am God”. What did that mean for me? Then we see a Camino marker with a heart painted on a rock…hummmm? Is this a message for me?
One of the reasons for my Pilgrimage is to have the time and head space to seek God’s direction for the next step in my personal life; more schooling, do I want to teach, specialize in something, start a new ministry? Not sure the direction I should or want to go.
My husband says that I am driven and always working on something or trying to accomplish some goal. But the “Cease striving” felt loud and clear from the Lord today. But what does that look like? I have no idea!
- *I love it in the mornings my oldest daughter & I have a cup of coffee together before the day starts and we go our own direction
- *I love to just sit & chat with my husband & girls
- *I love to listen to my husband play the guitar
- *I love to be able to walk with a friend
- I love to BBQ, have family & friends over
- I love some spontaneity
You get my meaning!
So I guess my question is “How’s your “Life Heart?” Is there something that you need to “cease striving” for ? Maybe like me today, it’s just to have an open and still heart to see what God may bring your way!
Buen Camino my dear friends & family… I truly do love & miss you!