This week I officially left my comfort zone behind and fully embrace the transition period I am in. For the first time in many years I can not tell you what the ladies of The View discussed or what the latest celebrity gossip is. What I can tell you is that I have worked in the nursery at church, volunteered to lead the project for my class threw leadership Pikes Peak, made plans to take my friends daughter on an educational trip to Denver, and went back to the gym. Not all of my time out of my comfort zone was spent on me I also took my small boys to a couple story times and out on walks to enjoy this unusually warm January.
Leaving my comfort zone behind can be scary but for the most part I am finding it very exciting. The Lord is reigniting passions In me I left on the back burner as I dealt with a tragedy in my life and the lives of my children. When I get nervous or scared I can close my eyes and see the hand of Jesus reaching out to pull me up from the dark place I was in and I grab his hand firmly and rise to become the women he has called me to be, He gives me the strength to take on new challenges and dream bigger then I have before. I truly believe that all things are possible threw Christ who strengthens me. Each day I take steps to see myself as he sees me. I’m not there yet but I am thankful I am not where I was. I want my life to be an example to my children that the Lord does indeed work all things together for good and there no limit to what you can accomplish in your life.