Learning to Wait
After some long wait times, you'd think I'd have more patience, but alas . . . still working on that.
Did something today that reminded me that I am still learning, as I posted the images and words below accidentally twice on my Facebook page, because I apparently didn't think the first time went through and didn't wait it out to see. If I had just been patient and resumed my morning time with the Lord, it all would have worked out better, but just another reminder I need to wait on the Lord.
Originally, I finished the manuscript for The Little Boy Who Wouldn't Eat Cheesecake back in 2008 and was in a holding pattern for twelve years before the book was published and released during a global pandemic. Despite how it looked from my viewpoint before, now that I have time to reflect, I see God's timing, as always, is perfect. Which comforts me moving forward with a screenplay titled Eyes of Nuremberg, which is also set around the time of WWII. I felt called to write it with such urgency in 2016, and finally finished it in January of 2019. All that urgency and then . . . WAIT. Now, approaching three years later, I sense Him getting me ready to GO! So stay tuned!
In the meanwhile, I give thanks for the lessons in waiting!
Amazed & thankful as The Little Boy Who Wouldn't Eat Cheesecake 2020-21 tour nears the station. Want to publicly say "Thank you" first to God for His perfect timing in helping us with every single detail of the book, its publication and release.
Huge thanks to my husband, Scott, for all his help, to our children AND to ALL of YOU for your support! Katherine Carver, thank you for your beautiful illustrations. You are so gifted, and your artwork brought relatable humor to the struggle of overcoming obstacles. To my father-in-law, Roger Myers, thank you for allowing me to share this sweet story from your childhood with others.
Family and friends, thank you again for cheering us on along the way (wish I had everyone's pic included). We greatly appreciate all of your encouragement over these past two difficult years!
Stay humble & be BOLD!
"Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a
light unto my path." Psalm 119:105
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