I hope everyone is well!
I am finally, finally not sick – for whole days in a row!! Very definitely hoping that trend holds.
However, I’m still catching up after three weeks of doing-nearly-nothing, and QUITE slow-moving, AND I’ve got a house guest and some projects that just can’t be put off any longer.
SO, with only enough hours in the day for about half of what I need to do, I’m going to be
a bit while I continue to re-build some energy, tidy up past posts, cram my mind full of nebulous bits of code to improve the site here and there, and TRY to be an at least somewhat decent hostess.
I hope you all are well!
As I’ve been pondering pausing, focusing, and resting in the confidence of God’s love, I’ve been reminded that life is very much a one-step-at-a-time process.
I keep rushing about, and getting all tangled, then I have to take it step by step to get untangled so I can move forward again!
So today, I thought, would be a good day for my favourite reminder of how life really is:
I wish everyone a blessed Yom Kippur!
I love this ‘Sabbath of Sabbaths’ which provides an opportunity to pause and reflect in the midst of an otherwise ordinary space of the year.
Yom Kippur reaches from just before sunset today through nightfall tomorrow, which is a rare and lovely method observing a ‘day’ in this culture and age.
Even if you do not observe Yom Kippur, I hope you find at least a moment within this one to pause and be aware.