A robin in Vermont I saw inspired this poem. Her babies were about to born. I even blew her a kiss and she cocked her head, wiggled her butt and opened her mouth. She gave me such a look that said, ”You better leave me alone and my babies when they are born.” She was such a good protective mother. Here’s a picture of her:
The moment you feel like giving up, look up, restoration is close by! The battle gets the worse before the battle is finally won in your heart! Gideon defeated the army with less people! Joshua kept marching around until the walls came down! Paul still wrote the epistles in jail!
Here are some quotes that came to my spirit this today. I hope it encourages you.
“It’s in the waiting that you are truly strengthened. And it’s all about how you choose to wait. For example, when you wait for a train you can either complain, constantly look at your watch, or reflect on how far you’ve come. The choice is always yours.” – Carly
”Just because a story starts off good it doesn’t mean it will end good. And just because a story starts off bad it doesn’t mean it will end bad. It doesn’t matter how it begins, all the matters is how you preserve in the pages in between to determine how it will end.” – Carly
I hope everyone is doing ok. 🙂 I know I haven’t been on much. I have been taking on other endeavors. I created my own website which features original poetry, a short story, and some sermons that I did. I hope this will inspire and if you are interested, I invite you to check it out here: https://www.carlyswritingsandteachings.com/. Also, I’m accepting donations to help support my friend Stephanie, who is undergoing breast cancer treatments. If you like to find out more, click here: https://www.carlyswritingsandteachings.com/donate. All the donations will go towards her treatments. You can donate through PayPal.