I hope you have had a great day thus far!
It has been such a long winter and I’ve felt so lost at times. I’m not used to feeling separated from the Source. These past few days I’ve felt that connection that I have missed so much.
My writing still feels scattered – like my brain – but I’m going to do what another writer friend suggested. Write!
Please bear with me as I find my way back home.
I’ve been on a break from any speaking engagements since November. I needed a time out to figure out a few life things. I wasn’t sure where my writing, my speaking or my life was headed.
Recently, I got an email from a friend asking if I would like to speak in the Rock Hill area and it felt right. I said yes. I’m speaking to 800 students tomorrow at Nation’s Ford High School.
Lee and I came over this evening so I wouldn’t be rushed to get to the school tomorrow.
When we checked in they didn’t tell us what our room number was. They just told us we would be on the 5th floor. We ran and grabbed a quick dinner where the family sitting next to us had a little boy who looked just like Griffen at six – cowlicks and all. It was a delight and heartwarming when we got up to our room and I opened the card holder and saw that we are in room 514 – the day my little brother spent his last day in physical form on this earth.
I’m so grateful to my friend Corree for the invitation. I’m so grateful to God to feel that I’m getting back on track! And I’m grateful to Griffen for showing up in ways that I can’t dismiss as mere coincidence.
Lastly, I’m grateful to you for reading!