He reminded us that no matter what we think our plans are, or what we hope them to be, God is ordering our steps. He originally hoped to be a well known songwriter in town, but now he runs a record label and has impacted the lives of many artists, including me. He still writes music, but developing artists seems to be his bigger passion these days. It was nice to gather with other artists and share ministry stories.
But, I was thinking today that I need to take the weekend off from blogging, thinking and cramming so much into so few hours.
Eating the elephant of a big project like making a CD is done little by little, consistently, over time. Eventually the elephant will disappear.
It works the opposite too. A little elephant, growing a little bit every day, over time, grows into a giant elephant. There is a little elephant slowly growing in my house and I need to stop the growth. Big elephants can do a lot of damage.
It's called balancing working hard at your goals with just taking time to rest and be with your family.
I've been racing full steam ahead for 35 days, proving to myself that I can indeed blog every day and accomplish something every day toward my project.
I don't want my marriage and home to suffer though. Don't worry - it's not that my marriage is in trouble, but I've been away this week and busy even when I am home for many weeks in a row and I feel like I need to give myself time to rest this weekend and to just be present with my husband.
There will be plenty more waiting to be done on Monday. See you then!