Every year I note the rain and it becomes more fitting each year to continue in writing. I seek no scholarly approval on my gifting but I am aware of its need for improvement and training. Even so, I am glad to utilize it here for my own expression despite any great concern for accuracy in spelling or form.
In one afternoon, it appears that I had conquered mild illness. After about twelve hours of sleep, I arose with a leap onto my feet to church and I did so with such intention and eagerness. Afterwards, I earned a free ticket to see two dear friends in their matinee production by taking tickets at the door of the theater. Beforehand I enjoyed a nice warm piece of pie and a cup of coffee. Contentment and pleasure delighted my day from the beginning to even at this very moment as I take in the aroma of the beans soaked in hot peppers from my kitchen.
Some lump in my arm and pain from my kidney area leave me with some concern as I struggle to make ends meet and stop long enough to pray and recieve guidance. And performing, or even thinking about myself and all my burdens, have bored me. Still today, I really savored life in the stews, in the laughter, in my worshipful singing, not having to do anything. I do understand, quite seriously, that what I will do in just a minute will be simple and yet profound. I will love others through my intercessions and be certain to gain all the love and wisdom I seek from God in order to lead others to joy, relief, encouragement and love. Perhaps it will, in the near future, be through a performance. Even so, should I remain with this awakening, I will know joy.