Thirty-one days of writing is a lot of days. I’m going to do it, though, because that’s what I do when I set my mind to something (remember those three half-marathons; boy, I’m glad that’s over).
Being married is a lot of days, too. It’s a lot of days to do something–it’s a lifetime. So maybe that’s the metaphor here. Why blog? Why write? Why be committed to this space for a lot of days? See, every time I sit back and prioritize this space of mine always finds it’s way to the top. I truly believe God has given be stories to share. I believe He has given me this “normal” life to live to share the glory of His grace in the every day living we do.
I don’t have a huge platform or thousands of readers, but if there is one person who is helped by something I post, then everything I’ve posted is worth it. If one mom felt better about her grocery store trip, if one person dealt with their grief and saw God’s beauty, if one family was able to share their heart for adoption, if someone just needed to know someone else is going through what they’re going through, then it’s all worth it.
I’m writing Marriage Matters as part of the #write31days challenge. Are you in? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to check your posts out!
It does matter! My late-husband and I were married 20 years when he died last year and have four beautiful kids to show for it. God is faithful in the everyday. Keep blogging, fellow 31 Dayer.
I have loved your #31days posts, and I hope we keep in contact after!