31 Days: Let’s Just Be Honest Day 31: The End

Y’all! It’s the end of my 31 day challenge.  Let’s Just Be Honest I really didn’t think I could do it.  October is a notoriously busy month for me.  Other things thrown in there this year have made it even more so, but wow.  This has been fun.

I love writing and getting my thoughts on paper.  It really helps me express myself and make sense of all that is going on in my head.  This 31 days has really shown me that even more clearly.

What do you love to do?  Do you know what you love?  See, I’m not one to go on and on about what I love to do because I’ve never really known what I love to do.  God is teaching me what I love, though, and writing is one of them.  So I plan to keep going.  I plan to keep writing.  Life gets in the way of blogging a lot and sometimes it really takes the back burner, but I’m hoping that doesn’t happen that often anymore.  🙂

Thanks for enduring with me on these 31 days.  I’ve loved it!

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Amanda McKinley
    Oct 31, 2013 @ 09:51:24

    I am in awe, Holly, and secretly envy you as I have read your posts daily. Like you, I love to write, but it is something that gets shoved aside for other more “urgent” things. Thank you for showing me it can be done in the midst of a busy schedule and that it is worthwhile, just knowing it is good for our souls to write and knowing in your case, that it has impacted others who read your blog, like me! Thanks for being an encouragement from afar. 🙂


  2. Holly Dennis
    Oct 31, 2013 @ 10:54:12

    Oh, wonderful. Thank you for those words!!! I’m glad you’ve enjoyed it!


  3. Marca DeLacerda
    Nov 16, 2013 @ 11:23:26

    I started reading some of your blog posts through your mother. She and I went to school together. I’m a big procrastinator so I actually read through the majority of the 31 days today. Thank you for the posts. I had some great thoughts to add when I started this comment, but was interrupted by a phone call and lost my train of thought (seems to come with my age), but I did find your posts very encouraging.


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