It’s February 9 and I haven’t started the blog I began talking about last October.
I hope I’m not the only person that is not doing what I said I wanted to do.
But I might be.
I imagine I am.
That feels bad so I remind myself that I have a great excuse.
I don’t have a “blog” tab set up on my website, so how can I possibly blog?
I need a new website, then I can blog.
I listen to podcasters who say, “just start” and the rest of the pieces will fall into place.
My colleague says, “writing a weekly blog will get you in the practice of writing before your blog gets published.”
That’s easy for her to say. She already started a blog after we talked about it! Last October!
But I haven’t started one yet.
Today as I was reading, meditating, praying and journaling, I realized I can no longer wait to blog.
I can’t wait because part of my healing process involves writing.
So I set an intention to write today.
And then I sat down and did it.
And I feel a little uncomfortable,
but mostly just proud
that I did what I wanted
and needed to do