There’s so much more that I could say. But I’ve run out of time and words and I’m ready to move on. #allume
Allume is such a giving community. The people involved give – over and over and over.
How can I join hands with my sisters and shine in a brilliant army of stars when I’m not willing to join hands with the one standing beside me who should matter the most?
I wanted it to happen. A sign, a symbol, confirmation of God’s love and grace – His voice saying, “Yes, my child, you are in the right place.”
I’d like to share how my husband and I have dealt with the drastic reduction in our income over the last year. Head over to Brightpeak to read “How to Make a 50% Pay-Cut Work.”
Improving my writing, however, is something I can do right now. I’ve heeded these words – taken them on as a challenge to hone this craft.
My stories can wait to be told until I’m mature enough to tell them well.
But as I stood there in front of her, humbled as she gave me a necklace, an awkward hug, I didn’t see a star – I saw a sister.