one would think for someone who travels so much, I would have this “cruise control” thing down. my husband sure does, and let me just say on our last trip, my lack of using cruise control sure did get me a speeding ticket [oops].
but I don’t. I don’t have it down. I still want to be the one in control.
driving home for the holidays last year, I had this thought about it [as you heard in the memo]
“if I want to do it, I want to do it”. y’all, can you hear that sass??
now, maybe I should repent. ha. this sounds like I don’t want to be controlled by the Almighty, but I so desperately want to be hid in the shadow of his wings, and guided by His will. trusting Him as we walk into opportunities.
but I think, really I am just [as you’ve heard in this series before] independent. and if someone tells me I can’t do something, I don’t like that. I don’t want to have limits put on me, and what I can or can’t do.
I want to be the one with my foot on the gas pedal – slowing down, or speeding up.
maybe this control is an illusion.
what do you think? is control an illusion in your life?
Hey, I'm Wynne!
Hi, friend! First, I truly am so giddy that you are here. I want you to know I believe in you and all the ways you are growing towards living a more intentional life. I genuinely hope you are encouraged from our time together here.
A little about me, I’m a type 7 on the enneagram, a total extrovert + people lover, entrepreneur, connector, storyteller, people gatherer, and passionate wife, mama + friend. I feel most alive when I’m exploring new places and surrounded by people I love. Give me a day in the outdoors disconnected from wifi, and I am a happy girl. I run on oat milk lattes, Jesus, gratitude journaling and kitchen dance parties with my four kids.
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