I walk on water
But I ain’t no Jesus.
Most of this year I have felt like I was looking in on my life from outside.
I watched myself make the boldest move I have ever made; watched me step out into water.
Now I’m watching pieces fall into place in ways I could never have seen coming.
Watching my feet tread the waves; deer style.
This year I stared down fear; fear that threatened to choke me.
The first time I felt the pull, I ignored it. i thought: “Nah, maybe a role change is all I need. A new organisation perhaps? A break? Time off? New boss?”
Adannia, it’s time.
I don’t have enough; haven’t saved enough. Give me a year.
I’m scared. Look at these bills.
What will I do? Show me the plan.
This year I stared down fear, and I won.
I walk on water.
And I walk with Jesus.
featured image by Julie Dillon.