I’ve been writing less because the book tired me out. I spent so much time reading my own words that I didn’t want to do that for a while, much less edit anything. I’ve been reading other people’s words, and working A LOT. I figured I’d write a small blog, that it’s better than nothing at all. 😉
Here’s an encouraging little story from work. As you probably know from reading my blogs, I work nights as a laboratory scientist at a pediatric hospital. On the nights that I work, I review the status of each of our neonatal patients to see if any of them have been discharged. We keep an index card on every patient under 6 months of age, including basic information on them in case the system goes down. I get to hold each index card and read each name. And? I have the great opportunity to pray for every single in-patient that is younger than 6 months, by name, each night. ALL THE SWEET BABIES!
Last night I prayed for each little one, again. I thought about the opportunities we have to lift people up in prayer. They’re everywhere, you know. In the news, at work, in front of you, and on your social media feeds. Don’t forget that access is for a purpose.
Seize the opportunities.
You can read about my first book here.