Welcome to Five Minute Friday!

We’ve saved you a seat. Even better, we’ve got lots of fun announcements to share this week!

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First of all, I’m so excited to tell you that the e-book, Letters to Grief, is now FREE to all subscribers! AND … there’s bonus content! Sign up now and get two free adult coloring pages to go along with the book!

 

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Speaking of free books, click here to grab Amy Sullivan’s book, When More is Not Enough: How to Stop Giving Your Kids What They Want and Give Them What They Need, for FREE!

 

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But wait! There’s more!

Both Dayspring and KraftyKash, two of my favorite companies, are having summer sales!

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Use code THANKYOU to get 25% off sitewide at Dayspring.com.

 

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Use code SUMMERTIME20 to get 20% off your entire order at Krafty Kash, through June 30th!

And with that, it’s now time to WRITE!

This week’s Five Minute Friday prompt is:

 

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Set your timer for five minutes, and let’s GO!

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I’m tired.

It’s summer vacation, and instead of kicking back and relaxing, I’ve said yes to way too many things.

I’ve said yes to too much, and I’m feeling the self-induced stress and pressure all the way up to my chest.

I’m sleeping poorly, nervous that I won’t finish what I’m suppose to accomplish. I wake up with deadlines heavy on my rib cage. I make lists and add items faster than they get crossed off.

I need a break.

My kids are feeling it, too. They’re complaining that I’m on the computer all the time, not spending enough time with them.

I promised to take them to the beach.

We went this afternoon.

The forced separation from my computer for few hours was just what I needed. I stared out across Lake Michigan, and took a deep breath.

It was glorious.

As I felt the breeze in my hair and listened to the gentle repetition of the waves, I remembered the goodness and faithfulness of my God, who beckons me to come and hand over my burdens.

 

So I heave my To Do List and my deadlines onto His shoulders, and I look forward to His promise of eternal rest in Him.

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Rest

 

 

Related posts:

When You Have a Burden that Needs to be Lifted

On Being a Writer: Rest

Rest is Good

 

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Don’t forget to grab your FREE COPY of Letters to Grief, plus the two free adult coloring pages to go with it!

Happy writing, friends!

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