"Build it and they will come," found its way into my thoughts on my run this morning. It could have been the high school baseball field that I was running by that triggered that line from Costner's famous, "Field of Dreams," from years ago, but really it was such an odd line to ruminate on during the remainder of my miles. I'm not sure what exactly I'm in the process of building, but I feel it: kingdom kids, this blog, a more intentional future? Books recently causing me to take pause and let their words marinate in the depths of my soul include: Hands Free Life, Breaking Busy, The Fringe Hours, accompanied by a journal of sorts to discover a more fulfilled and more creative life, and The Abundant Moms Guide to Savoring Slow.
All of these books have a recurring theme: prioritizing life. What better time to do it than the start of a new year and decade of my life? I'm not exactly sure how all these books came to be bedside, but I'm noticing the timing could not be better. For too long, I've been trying to help my kids figure out their talents, and my husband follow his dream. . .it's my turn to put pen to paper, to dream, to be inspired, to learn something new, to be who God has created me to be. I'm forty. It's the perfect time to start digging deep and digging in. Join me. Let's do this dream work together. I have this feeling. . ."If we build it they will come."