A bit stuck

I’m feeling a bit stuck at the moment. My notebook contains four partially-written blog posts that just aren’t quite right. There are over 30 draft posts in varying states of not-readiness on my blog admin panel, but none of it feels right to post.

Hence the dearth of new posts this week.

It may be that like this cow, I am just stuck. Or perhaps I need to finish some of these draft posts. Or maybe God just wants me to listen and observe for a bit.

When words are many, transgression is not lacking,

but whoever restrains his lips is prudent.

(Proverbs 10:19)

So I shall at least make myself appear to be prudent and shut up until I can come up with something worth your effort to read!

Image of cow stuck on gate: iStockphoto

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