When you read this, I will be in the air on my way home to Virginia.
So this will be a very short post.
I loved this interview with Maya Angelou posted by my author friend Carolyn Butts and posted on her blog several weeks ago.
Living In A State of Grace: A Conversation with Maya Angelou
“I pray a lot. I try to stay in a state of grace. It is very important to be centered in a state of grace so that one is open to the Creator and creativity,” says Maya, adding, “There are a lot of different ways to put yourself in a state of grace. You fall out of it all the time but you forgive yourself and come back.”
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My New Beginning? To try to be aware of living in a state of grace all day long and to pray the same for you.
Log your own New Beginning here. I want to learn from you!
One of my favorite quotes from Maya Angelou: “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” Well, I say, that is one less agony storytellers, including memoirists, have to bear.
Though you have had an enriching adventure, I’m sure your own bed will feel wonderful tonight.
New Beginning – June 24-July 14, 2013: Anneka and Abby of Elkhart IN, two of our six grandchildren, stayed with us in PA for 20 full days… 1st time ever without their parents.
Our daily routine: a daily discovery adventure, a work project, a creative private time in separate rooms, u-tube songs with Grandpa and Grandma’s camping stories.
Since one photo is worth 1,000 words, we’ve taken at least one photo per day and then the girls (Grades 2 and 4) journal captions for their own individual memoir books. Cheers! That goal worked super well and their lovely books go with them back to IN this coming weekend.
[…] However, I have dedicated this day in advance to a New Beginning. Instead of dreading a day that begins at 7:30 a.m. in the West and concludes at midnight in the East, I hope to live in the State of Grace that Maya Angelou talked about in yesterday’s post. […]