Risk-taking isn’t about what it looks like from the outside. It’s about what it feels like on the inside. Which means that speaking your mind, or finishing something you started or telling someone you love them might be just as risky as jumping out of an airplane.
I think the best part about taking a risk is that it requires us to grow. We can’t take a risk and stay the same. It isn’t possible. And with growth comes maturity and understanding.
I dislike motivational posters and sayings, but seriously… this one knows me. #realtalk
“Be Still and know that He is God”
You know how I can barely remember my own name or what day of the week it is sometimes when I get stressed? Well, I’m finding that insanely true right now. Can you believe that I am moving MOVING in 37 days?!?!? Holy balls.
I know that these past 3.5 years have been a blessing, a curse, a challenge, but most of all an extreme joy. I honestly had no idea who I would meet in this Awesome City of Fargo, ND. My dear friends, you mean more to me than I could ever describe.
If you’re wondering why I am moving away… blame Donald Miller and his “live a better story” theory He has cursed me. I’m excited for my new chapter and excited to watch your stories continue unfold.
Ok, now that I have struggled to write even this for the last 12 minutes I shall be done. ugh. I’m not good at words Maybe next post will be a video of me interpretive dancing my feelings about Fargo and moving back to Minneapolis… maybe.
37 days, and 400 million things to live.
are the bane of my radio existence. Actual quote from program director “talk up the concert every break… seriously, do it”