– Debra Lenser
Writing a book has been a dream of mine for a long time. I had put that dream away thinking it would never happen. But then life threw me a curve ball.
It seemed fairly routine going in (more…)
“Mom,” my daughter Kim said, “You know you’re going to have to write a book about how you’re dealing with Dad.”
I recoiled at the thought. It was all I could do to get through each day of unknowns and added responsibilities. “No, hon. I have to live this before I can write about it. I have no energy to think about ministering to others right now. Maybe after it’s all over—maybe then, I could think about writing—but not while I’m dealing with all this raw emotion. I’m still finding my way.”
A couple of weeks later, I shared (more…)
I knew I was frustrated.
Two things gave it away. First, I was clenching my teeth. Second, I was procrastinating. The worst part was I couldn’t seem to do anything about it. Essentially, I was on vacation and I was miserable.
Some things we do so often, or at least often enough, that we can (more…)