Grace When I Fail


So, I failed miserably in this Write 31 Days challenge.  In my own defense, we went on vacation early in this challenge and little did I know that we would be in an area with no WiFi and almost non-existent wireless connections.  And though I could have written anyway, I didn't.  My thought was I would get up early and write, and instead I got up early and sat on the porch of our cabin with a cup of coffee and listened to the birds and enjoyed the view of the pine trees and lake.  And I'm glad I did.

We had to cut our vacation short due to a death in our church family, and it's been one thing after another since October 8th, which was my last post until today.  
And you know what, it's OK.  
I am choosing grace in the face of failure, and just moving on.   No guilt, no negative thoughts, no feeling bad about not finishing.  Grace.  
I may finish out the challenge, and then again, I may not.  I will just see what happens in the next few days.  I'm glad I took the challenge, and will plan better next year.  


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