Thursday, March 19, 2015

{#sol15} today 19/31

The March Slice of Life Story Challenge
hosted at the Two Writing Teachers
Join us for a month of writing!

today: i need to breathe

today: another busy-overwhelming-never-enough-time-except-to-create-piles kind of day
want to be: in quiet {by myself} reading, writing, or napping
blessings: health, happiness and my God who gives me grace
thinking: about my to-do list that multiplies with every completion
planning:  for relaxation {and catch up} over spring break in just two days 
writing: snippets of life for nineteen days and counting
loving:  my baby girls more and more each day that are growing up before my eyes 
grateful: for friends in my church small group and prayer

and today {again}: i need to remind myself to breathe.  just breathe.

My OLW 2015: Made with VanillaPen

{This go-to easy-format quick-thinking in-the-moment writing idea is compliments to:}

"It's a single print out of the busy cycle of life, a pause, a way to plan, 
and to remember to breathe in the midst of the everyday." 


  1. So busy, and yet so thankful for all you have. Hopefully you'll get a much needed break next week. In the meantime, breathe! Love ya, Mom

  2. You always find a way to write, even when tired. I am glad you remembered to breathe. I believe you are so ready for the spring break. I hope that your Thursday and Friday go quickly.

  3. Sometimes is good to just stop and reflect on the NOW. Thanks for sharing and reminding me of that.

  4. Love the format Michelle, but more so the words that reveal you! Happy 2 more days until break! xoxo

  5. You can do it - you're in the final stretch now!

  6. What Dana said...I think we ae all feeling this need to remember to breathe.

  7. Love your format. Love the graphic. Just breathe ... good advice!

  8. I am reminded of the worship song...

    This is the air I breathe
    This is the air I breathe
    Your holy presence living in me

    This is my daily bread
    This is my daily bread
    Your very word spoken to me


Thanks for sharing your thoughts.