I hope that my Breaking Bread family is having a super awesome day and that you’re walking around with a smile on your face even if your life reflects what should be a frown. Trust and believe me when I say that the past six months have felt like hell on Earth for me, but I know that I can’t waste too many days with a frown on my face, because that would mean that God was losing the battle and wasn’t capable of better. It would also mean that I’m not grateful for the daily blessings that He bestows upon me knowing that I don’t deserve them and haven’t earned them—it’s just His loving grace!
I took a couple of weeks to clear my mind, deal with some personal issues, pray, reflect, and listen. Who was I listening to? God. I won’t lie, the enemy sure did have my ear more times than I care to admit. But as always, our Father-Mother always prevails.
So I’m back in the saddle. A post will be coming your way momentarily. I’m also pleased to say that I have an update…
This weekend I dedicated time to work on my book. I hit a wall awhile back because I couldn’t think and see clearly with all of the things that were taking place in my life at the exact same time. But this weekend left me with a great opportunity to sit down and let my heart guide me to where I need to be, and where you the reader would like to see me go with my writing. This is a scary process. Blogging is easy. Writing a book that you think people will want to read and share, and pay for—now that’s a mountain to climb. I’ve been encouraged to keep pressing forward and to remember the nostalgic phrase, “if you build it they will come“. I have to believe that when I do this people will want to read it and share it with others. I can’t keep struggling with God and trying to tell Him how to use me. I have to let go of the steering wheel and let Him steer and be the Captain.
I will keep you updated on my progress. If there is something that you would like to experience from this or any of my future books (yes, I’m speaking that into existence), please don’t hesitate to contact me and share your ideas and requests. Maybe just maybe I can make it happen. Anything is possible when you let God do the steering!
Love your sister in Christ,
Copyright 2017. All Rights Reserved. Natasha L. Foreman.
2 thoughts on “Took a Much-Needed Break and Now I’m Back”
“Back in the saddle again!” I love it; shining brighter than ever and being an example for the world to see a strong, intelligent, resilient woman of God. Like a diamond that cuts right through glass; and when it gets a chip or what looks like a flaw in it, igets even more “brilliant” and shines brighter than ever. Keep on keepin on Natasha LaNett, and being the example for all the world to see what it’s like to be “that woman”. Love you cousin! Peace and blessings.
Thank you cousin! Love you too!!