send ’em over.

I frequently get emails with some awesome questions from readers – everything from “what books to do you recommend?” to “what words do you have for someone going through a miscarriage?” The questions are all SO good and I love interacting with each of you as you pepper me with some thoughtful questions. They cause me to pause and think and that’s a good thing!

My inbox has been especially filled lately (I LOVE IT!) and it has inspired me with an idea for a series of posts – a Question and Answer series! That’s right, all those questions you have been emailing me over the last few years, send them my way via comment or email and I will work my way through them. Don’t make them all serious – send me over some fun, random ones too! :) I can’t wait to address some of the most common questions to specifics about our journey. Faith, treatment, personal life – nothing is off limits!

My email is listed here, you can write it below, or comment on an Instagram post. If you would like your blog tagged back and your name identified, just leave it in the comments (From NAME at XXXX) and I will credit your question to you. However, if you want to be anonymous, that is completely fine as well, just let me know. (First names only will be used.) The question window is open till the end of the month so send them over. I’m really looking forward to this!

Oh and due to a crazy week, Friday Favorites may not be posted until Saturday … just pretend like it’s Friday when you read them. Hehe!

I’ll leave you today with a great message I read a few weeks ago that has been stewing in my brain: “The mention of a journey implies an arrival. If God guides us, however we may dislike it, it means there is a goal to our journey. Because it is God’s will for us to reach that goal, we can be certain we will reach it. We start and stop and change our minds. People disappoint us; we disappoint ourselves and may give up. Not God! He always finishes what He begins.” Rest in the fact that regardless of our outcome, there is an end to this journey and a destination. Chances are it may be nothing like we imagine or plan it to be, but it’s there and it’s going to be glorious. Have a great rest of the week friends!

9 thoughts on “send ’em over.

  1. Kristi says:

    Love love love that last paragraph! Just what I needed to hear. Thank you for being so open and encouraging. I am new to your blog and haven’t read many posts, so if you have touched on this, forgive me. But I’m curious to hear your thoughts on adoption. Have you guys considered it? At what point do you think you go for it? Of course everyone’s story and journey and timing is different. This is just something I have been struggling with trying to figure out.

    • chels819 says:

      GREAT question!!! Can’t wait to tackle it!!! Welcome to my blog too! So excited to make new friends. :) And I’m glad the last paragraph touched you too. Its powerful right! It was in context with the Israelites march to the Promise Land. Much longer and different than they anticipated but there was a destination. Sending prayers your way! Xo!

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