My heart is most thankful at the end of a day
when my appetite for life is deeply satisfied.
When working hands are stilled
and eyes have cried the tears that say,
"this is my life -
take it all from me"
because I know
that You are so much more adept
at making it beautiful.
How was your Easter weekend, friends? Mine was less about momentum with my blog and work and more about catching up on life at home since I've been so busy. I had time to rest, clean, make Easter dinner for my husband and a friend (steaks, roasted carrots and parsnips with a honey glaze, basil mashed potatoes), and - most important of all - reflect on my faith.
Sometimes stepping away from my work can go a long way toward recharging my creative energy - when I went to bed last night my mind couldn't rest without jotting a few thoughts into a poem after a whole weekend of no writing. I think sometimes putting our hands to work helps our minds rejuvenate. Today I'm ready to put my nose to the grindstone and get back to making plans, dreaming big, and writing.
Mine: cooking and cleaning.
Much love to you on your Monday, friends.