This past Wednesday, the #31 Days of Five Minutes Free Writes Challenge came to a close.
I learned so much by participating. I did not write 31 days of posts, however. I fell short, but even though disappointed in myself, I still count my participation as a victory.
I faced a lot in October, but God saw me through all of it. Now, I turn my attention to a season of thankfulness.
Do you hate how commercial Christmas music blares from radios so early in the season? I do not like think about Christmas until I go through a season of thankfulness. I want to focus on how Christ’s blessings reign in my life.
Although, I am closing this challenge; I am also renewing it for November by continuing to write posts for the Write 31 Days challenge until I finish all the word prompts. I will tie the entries that I missed into an new series on Developing a Spirit of Thankfulness in Times of Turmoil.
What do you do when you struggle with feelings of failure and falling short? I try to remember that I am forgiven.
I wrote this post for the 31 Days of Five Minute Free Writes and the Write 31 Days 2018 challenge.
You can learn more about the 31 Days of of Five Minute Free Writes 2018 by clicking on the icon below:
You can see other blog posts by visiting my introductory page: 31 Days of Five Minute Free Writes: A Faith Journey.
In other personal news, I am also busy teaching on Outschool. It is a great help for homeschoolers looking for enrichment classes. I am teaching creative writing. Plus, I offer a virtual after school book club experience for teens. The club starts in two weeks.
You can view my profile here. I will be adding more classes for the spring. I hope you will stop by and check out my classes. Do you know a child who loves to write and read? Be sure to share my profile with his/her parents.
Now on to our weekly linkup. First, please follow me on your social media. I love to hear from you:
Next, lets review last week’s linkup.
Last Week’s Top Clicked
Last week, Rebecca’s post made the top clicked. This week another posts by her proved just as popular. I think it was the title that drew us in. We all struggle in our prayers life, and Rebecca offered hope in her writing this week. I thoroughly enjoyed this post. I know you will too.
My Favorite Post
Want to be the next to be featured! Just link up a post and if you are read the most, we will feature you. Also please make sure you link back to our community so others will know about our link up and join in. I will try to make it worth your while to linkup by promoting your posts across my social media networks. I will also pin my most clicked and featured posts to our #LMMLinkup Pinterest Board each week!
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Now, it is time to link up to the Literacy Musing Mondays hop!