Five Minute Friday – Weary
Once again, I am hooking up with Kate Motaung for Five Minute Friday.
I was going to write this post next week but Kate forced my hand to write it sooner with her word prompt selection.
Since August I was rear-ended, let go from my job the following week, survived 2 months of therapy, and wrote through the month of October while conducting a job search.
I am weary.
All those things have taken a toll on me but mostly it’s been the job searching that’s broken my back (figuratively). I should be sharing articles on LinkedIn more, I should be publishing blog posts on LinkedIn but I have no desire to do those things to increase my visibility.
I want to get out more but where?
Where does the weary widow go from here?
“I will refresh the weary and satisfy the faint.”
I do not know, so I am taking a break from blogging starting this coming week. Hopefully during this holiday break I will be able to figure out some things and God will restore my soul.
He makes me lie down in green pastures,
he leads me beside quiet waters,
he refreshes my soul.
Psalm 23: 2-3
I have one more post to publish and that is a recommended list of books for your holiday gift list (either for yourself or someone else).
There is a Holiday Help page, in the wine colored menu bar, where I’ve listed some resources and when I come across more, I will add to that page.
But other than that, I am done till sometime next year.
This means even Facebook is going dark. Will only be using it to correspond with my Faithful Finish Lines members, but even that will not be as often.
You can always reach me at the email listed in the sidebar, as I have to keep up with any job search emails.
So Happy Thanksgiving, Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year my friends and family.
Wishing you a safe, healthy, prosperous and joyous holiday season.
God Bless You.
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.
I’m coming Lord Jesus, I am coming.
Don’t worry folks, God will make lemonade out of this lemon period of my life. He’s done it before and will do it again.