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January 18, 2011

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Melanie Harrington

Your journey, literally and spiritually, has been such an encouragement to me. I am looking forward to what God has in store for you and your family. I know it will be for your good and HIS glory.

courtney e.

I echo the previous comment! Your past few posts have reminded me of this video that I watched a few days ago. And, I don't think it's coincidence--I'm pretty sure there's a message I'M supposed to be getting!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LA_uwWPE6lQ

Me-Moddy

I had to laugh outloud at your "vulnerable much?" comment. You have a gift of writing that is so fun for us the readers. It sounds like you are processing so much from this trip and we appreciate you sharing your heart in this way. My hubby and I have been married for 14 years, been in the ministry, suffered through infertility, adopted our 2 babies and have had to trust God and do the whole head lamp without the stadium lights thing on more occasions than I would care to count. The thing is when you are waiting, that is all you can do. It seems like nothing, but praying and waiting is such a HUGE part of our Christianity and our walk with the Lord. I heard a message once on "Holding Patterns" - like when the planes circle overhead and are waiting for a safe place to land or for the jetway to be free. That's my life a lot of the time. You sound like you are in a Holding Pattern indeed. I am praying that God brings clarity to your family soon. On an up-note - yay for the Peace that you have!! That is such a gift. O.K. now, to distract you, I have a fun recipe blog you could go pull something from and make yourself something chocolatey or cheesy. :-) www.karasrecipebox.blogspot.com

Paula

I think you say the most in the posts where you think you say the least. Rambling? Not from where I'm reading. Sounded pretty cohesive and focused to me.

Heather

"And I'm not sure why I'm sharing it with the internet."

Ummmmm.....because I'm needing to hear this???

See my comment on your previous post. I think that explains what I mean. :)

Heather

Your mother

You may think you sound rambling, but you are actually speaking very clearly...to our benefit. One of the previous commenters wrote about our Christian life being in a "holding pattern". While your life is "holding", you are ministering to all of us who read your thoughts. God has give you a gift and you are using it.

PeepOne

I don't think you have any idea how many people you inspire in your daily life. Please keep blessing us B.

kristen

I was sitting here, reading the last few posts, when my seven year old and three year old came over and asked for breakfast and I griped about how I'd like a little time in the morning, on my Saturday morning, to read my blogs and basically fart around and do nothing. And I realized how damned selfish I am, how awfully selfish that I can't just get off my lazy bum and fix breakfast for my babies. And how Mama Carmen doesn't complain, and I'll bet she NEVER sits around reading blogs.

Sister, I thank you for your perspective. I've been searching lately...searching for my role, my place, my calling. I still don't know what it is, but I know it is something...and I'm going to pray like to dickens to become a better person, to find my calling, to live life serving with a joyful heart. THANK YOU!

Sue B.

Your post reminded me of this poem that I love & I was given a copy years ago....

http://www.pattishomepage.com/read/bikeride.htm

I think you're in the spot right now where God is telling you to 'Hang on' & 'Pedal'

Praying,
Sue

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