I have been thinking this whole week that it is Book in a Week, and it’s not. It’s next week: the first full week of February. Now I don’t feel so guilty for doing more reading through what I wrote and outlining to get my head back in my novel. I’ve only written a few pages because it’s been so long since I worked on it. Now I can review and outline all I want, and next week I might actually be in a place where I can crank out 20 pages a day.
When was the last time you were reminded of your humanity (and it doesn’t have to be a mistake or goof up)?
The Drawings of Leonardo da Vinci is where I found the drawing, and the site has a lot of da Vinci’s drawings available for download.
0 thoughts on “Alas I'm Only Human”
Only human but fully human… thought you might enjoy this quote:
“Love is above all else acceptance of the whole, including, the flaws, the “holes” in us so to speak Holy women have a faith that reveals the strength of vulnerability. Their openess to a realtionship to God and to others gives them their depth.”- Helen LaKelly Hunt
Peace and blessings
I’m glad you got to rest and have some fun today. Good for you.
This morning, when I woke up with laryngitis but no other unpleasant symptoms, and got to cancel today’s class and have a little breathing space on making up the quiz and study sheet. No surprise, with how hard I have been working on the writing, teaching, and ministry fronts, but I also took it as God appreciating my courage and giving me a much-needed rest. I have already napped and begun reading my first novel in over a month– *Eragon*, which my mom passed on at Christmas and Nicholas has already gobbled up. Woohoo!
Glad you got some breathing room too, and best of luck on the manuscript.