Day 30: What changed this month and what you hope will happen in the next month
Yaaaaaay!!!!! We did it. This is the same excitement I shared at the FMCG games when my team won. There’s nothing as satisfying as completing a project you’ve been on. Sometimes, people don’t even remember how great the start was if you end poorly or don’t end at all.
I’m really grateful to God that we could finish this challenge.
Day 28: The month you were happiest this year and why
We can all agree that some months are better than others. Some months are long and slow with nothing exciting going on. A few others are fast and full of adventures. Then there are some others that are plain tough and draggy; when 31 days feel like a year because the pain would not go away. But through it all, I recall that there’s a time for everything. A time to be happy and a time to be sad. A time to have the best days and a time to have the worst. For me, the month I was happiest was the end of July to the end of August.
We’ve got three days to go! I can’t believe it! 💃💃💃
This has been an exciting journey for me. There have been days when writing has been a great struggle. But I like how this exposes my level of commitment to the blog and to writing. I’m so thankful for this gift and for the gift of amazing readers like you. Sorry I can’t help being mushy as we come towards the end of this blogging challenge 😿
As many of you can tell from my blog, I’m a Christian. This means I believe in Christ: his coming, his dying, his resurrecting and his second return. I also believe in the Holy Spirit who is my comforter and revealer of hidden truths. I believe in God, who is my Father, my mighty warrior, creator of the universe and my closest friend.
How’s your week so far? I know the transition from the weekend can be a little rough, but I hope the Monday blues are over. Thanks for keeping up with the 30 days blogging challenge till this time. You are the best!
Today’s post is one of those real and honest pieces, hope you enjoy it!