I try to write from where I'm honestly at - and often transition is stinkin' hard.
There are days when I am worn out and incredibly discouraged. There are moments when I don't know when the ups and downs will end.
This means that Peppy Mackenzie doesn't show up to this blog everyday.
Right now I'm less "here's a how-to!" and more "I feel really uncomfortable in all ways of life."
That might be a little awkward for you, my readers.
Maybe you're bored with all this transition stuff. That's ok.
Transition is TRULY really hard. I can't write a false account of it just to keep people reading.
What I feel about writing, even though I am scared and it makes me feel a little itchy, is this:
If I breezed past the discomfort, or didn't share how stuck I feel right now, would I know that
He is still worthy.
He is PRESENT in the waiting.
That Jesus truly is the only solid rock, the only thing worth standing on.
Would I know?
Being honest with myself and God, and with you, has kept me clinging to Christ.
I know even better than before we moved two months ago that all I have to be sure of in this life is Jesus. Truly. He is the only thing that lasts.
So I'm sorry if writing through this season has been a little one-note-ish. But I hope that you are learning with me the goodness of God in all circumstances, and the hope we have because of heaven.
Find the rest of my 31 Days of Normal Series about thriving in transition, here.