The Official Writing Challenge
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01/23/06
I don't know you...but I sure feel like I do after reading this piece! I, too, have a closet full of unfinished knitting projects...and also love the thrill of new beginnings. You expressed your heart so well here. If you lived close by, I'd have you over for tea... Kate~
01/23/06
Yes, sometimes it is hard to see things through to the end. I can relate to those rejection slips. God bless you as you through your current challenges.
01/24/06
Oh, my...ditto here! Incomplete projects, I believe, are characteristic of "arbies" (right-brained creative types). You remind us through your article that we mustn't use that characteristic as an excuse to stay the same, but rather a reason to rely even more on our Heavenly Father who knows how to finish the work He began, even using those characteristics He gave us!
01/24/06
Well-written, with a voice that all can identify with.
01/25/06
The "I just can't wait to get started!" comes easy! It's the "I just can't wait to get this finished" that we are all struggling with and striving for. Something to "think" about. Thanks for sharing.
01/27/06
You are not alone. So many of us share your experiences but you have managed to put them down quite well. Knowing that God starts the work in you is truly inspiring as you can always turn to Him to help you finish it. Great writing skills.
01/27/06
Another good challenge to get going and finish what we start -or as you reminded us -God starts in us!!
01/30/06
What a great take on the topic! So well written, your honesty and voice comes through clearly. 'Yep, setting up a new office is more exciting than writing in it every day.' Has to be my favourite. Well done. You'd be a week into the diet by now....? Yeggy