I Guess I Wanted Yesterday to be March?!?

Hello family!

I’m starting to prep today’s Breaking Bread message and a few moments ago I happened to catch a glimpse at the date of yesterday’s message. I did a double take and then I shook my head. I don’t know how I missed it but I did. I obviously wanted to go back in time, to March 8th, as that’s the date I typed.

Let me be clear, in my opinion, there’s no real significance there. Nothing special happened on that day, except of course the amazing blessings of another day of life and lessons, and spending time with a group of amazing children at the after school program where I sometimes substitute.

I will say, looking back at the Breaking Bread message for the day, it was a great message that God poured into me about being forgiven for our hidden faults. If you didn’t read it you can check it out here: https://breakingbreadwithnatasha.wordpress.com/2021/03/08/breaking-bread-for-3-8-21/

So I guess we can just chalk it up to this—I just typed the wrong month. I was one digit off. I’ve been distracted more than once while typing these messages over the years, but I would hope that my proofreading would catch something as obvious as the wrong month. Clearly, yesterday wasn’t the day for catching typos 😂

I’ve updated my post and apologize if I confused anyone, or caused anyone to overthink my message, wondering if there was some deeper meaning or symbolism, etc. Nope, just a mental slip. So laugh it off with me and let’s prepare for today’s Breaking Bread message. I will start tap tapping on my keyboard and will deliver the April 9th message soon!

Before I scoot off, I want to thank everyone who has supported me through your subscriptions to this blog, by following Breaking Bread With Natasha on social media, and purchasing the book “SEEK HIM, VOLUME 1: Testing Your Spiritual Comfort Zone” and its companion workbook, “SEEK HIM: Workbook 1”. I truly appreciate you!

Love always,


Copyright 2021. Natasha L. Foreman. All Rights Reserved.

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