It is not goodbye, but see you later…

There are moments in life that you sink in and savor and others that you know it is time to get up and go. Excited for what God has in store but also anxiously waiting for things to settle down again.

There are moments in life where you take your foot off of the pedal and just cruise. Or you brake and follow the blinking lights that take you off your route onto a necessary DETOUR.

I started MY journey in blogging two months ago. It has been nothing but exciting and fun as I have been able to be creative and also help others. It is an amazing and powerful combination when you can use your talents while doing what God is calling you to do. I have been able to be creative in a way I never thought I would. I have been able to stretch myself in writing, in confidence, and in faith. I am so thankful.

This season of savoring and cruising is quickly changing. The time I CARVED OUT to write and blog are now being swallowed up by other priorities of life. Our family is moving this spring. Along with that we have to FINISH house projects before we are ready to put our home on the market. It was a hard decision, but I feel I have to put my blogging aside temporarily to navigate myself and my kids through these next transitions.

I am SO THANKFUL for all of you who have read and encouraged me along the way. As I am on the move and taking these next steps in my journey, I hope that you will stay a while and keep digesting my stories and How TO’s. Stay tuned to what I have in store soon. You better believe my next How To will include organizing your house for a move, packing and unpacking! For me in real time!

2 thoughts on “It is not goodbye, but see you later…

  1. Connie,

    Prayers for you and your family as you all prepare for your next adventure. I am so looking forward to when you will blog again. Your blog is inspiring.

    Trudy

    On Wed, Mar 4, 2020 at 11:23 AM A Repurposed Life wrote:

    > Constance posted: ” There are moments in life that you sink in and savor > and others that you know it is time to get up and go. Excited for what God > has in store but also anxiously waiting for things to settle down again. > There are moments in life where you take your foot” >

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