Got Trials? Write On!

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photo credit: gfpeck via photopin cc

If God asks that you bend, bend and do not complain. He is making you more flexible, and for this be thankful. ~Terri Guillemets

Hello, my fellow bloggers, writers and friends. This Sunday night I am extending an invitation of sorts. A few moments with your pen, paper and quietness as it finds you. Grab your journal, scrap paper or whatever is available. Reflect with me on the topic below  and see where you are led in your reflective writing, or pondering. I’m not grading, or collecting homework here, just looking for a little writing distraction myself…or focus depending how you look at it. If you do write, and want to share, you can drop me a link.

Tonight, I have decided to write myself out of my own rut!  My main topics for reflective writing are adversity, ruts, and the proverbial sucker punch (in LIFE, of course- unless you have actually been sucker punched in the gut for real).


Of Men and Daisies


Daisies overlooking ocean at Beavertail Lighthouse in Jamestown, Rhode Island.


Your Perfect Day (Prompt 14)

“Come away by yourselves to a desolate place and rest a while.”  Jesus

I have taken this prompt a number of ways in my writing before, and used this as an exercise as a planning tool when coaching others. You can write a really imaginative piece and see where it leads, exploring how your ideal day would go. Or you could allow the prompt to assist you, as a tool to help  brainstorm possibilities of having a better day with your specific goals in mind. Today we imagine our perfect day and plan away with our pen…


A Dozen Ponder Worthy Quotes for Your Weekend (Whispers of Hope- Week 6)


Today, I thought I would make our “check in” a fun one. I am sharing inspirational quotes to refresh, renew and revive your spirit. We have passed the 40 Day mark on our journey! Congratulations and thank you for staying the course. I hope you will enjoy this little gift of words!


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