irony in timing


Timing is a funny thing: sometimes it’s fabulous and others it awful, But regardless it’s always perfect.

Huh? What?

You heard me: Timing is always perfect if you choose to see it from a wider angle, to look for the pros and reflect on it’s invaluable lessons.

This last week and next are nuts, for a better lack of terms. I have two unfolding projects that I’ve been working on for months, set to launch in a short few weeks. Not to mention my other work, day to day tasks, clients and the massive list of “oh this too!”

And just when I felt like a juggling master, a force to be reckoned with, my dear ol’ Mac fell sad. That’s right! Sad Mac friends and you know what that means…

Screw calm and FREAK OUT!

For as organized as my OCD ways are, I’m powerless without my files, my computer and my systems. How ever will I accomplish what I need with merely my phone?!

Very little, but I’m taking it one day at a time. My world won’t fall apart, it won’t be perfect, but it’ll get done, some way, somehow.

Done is better than perfect!

After a momentary pitty fest, I got up off my butt and took action. I have faith that God will pull me through and all will unfold exactly as is should. So, for now, I’ll focus on the good…

Honing my troubleshooting skills
Learning to let go
Appreciating the silence
Leaning on my faith
Acknowledging imperfection

And living vulnerably; Authentic and real.

Crap happens. So what! It’s what you make of it that counts.


For a long time I felt unnoticed and longed for community- to find “my people.” You are it! Please know your presence here means something to me, so don’t be a stranger. I read every comment both on the blog and on social media and do my absolute best to respond to every one!

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