I’m viewing the month of June as all of those things for myself. I’m in need of all of them.
Each day we are given is an opportunity to make things different in our lives. It’s a chance to change a habit, try something new, let something go and make amends.
June marks the anniversary of my Nanny’s death and I will not pretend that the last few weeks have not been difficult. I do not fear next week’s and the anniversary but I look forward to walking past another date that marks a difficult time in my life. Grief is exhausting and memorial dates add stress.
Throughout my posts over the past year, I have made a point of sharing that I look at the endings in my life as beginnings. I’ve been reevaluating where I am and where I am going.
A New Start. A New Beginning. A Second Chance. This is what I’ve been given.
Although I’ve been making changes in my life – I am in the process of making more. I’m still not certain where this second chance will take me but I know I must play an active part in which direction I take.
Our minister reminded us this morning of the second chance that we are given as we received communion this morning. This morning as I knelt and prayed, I shared many of my hopes and fears at the alter. It is time.
I will be sharing those events with you in new posts as I make changes in this blog and myself.
Are there areas in your life where you have the opportunity for a second chance? If you are considering making changes, I challenge you to begin now.
Sheryl is a transition coach, trainer and speaker from Lexington Kentucky. As the author of the blog How to Make A Life, she uses her own life and journey as a blueprint to help others find motivation, inspiration and hope for a healthy and happy life. About Twitter Instagram Pinterest