Fresh–Good Words for a Monday

I love fresh.
I love the smell of freshly baked anything, especially bread.
I love the smell of laundry fresh off the line.
I love fresh sheets on the bed.
I love a fresh, crisp morning.
I even love freshly fallen snow.

Today has a unique freshness about it.
Today I am diving into my writing in a fresh way,
with a fresh commitment,
with fresh determination,
with fresh hope,
with fresh desire.

With the good things of recent classes, comments, critiques, and encouragement
I am going to start fresh.

I am starting fresh.
I am writing.
I am setting goals.
I will be achieving them.

Today is fresh for my faith, too.
I will not always be on the mountain top, high on the energy-charged experience,
rubbing elbows with accomplished industry artists and creative genius.
I will walk through average days, difficult days, insanely busy days
and I will walk with fresh and renewed trust that One who has called me to this
will bring it to completion.

Today is fresh.
And fresh feels good.

Author: tinamhunt

ESFP with a dash of ADD. Lover of the Word and words. The cup of my life is neither half empty or half full--it overflows! I'm blessed to be a blessing and I'm here to share the journey.

6 thoughts on “Fresh–Good Words for a Monday”

  1. Hi, Love your blog. Wondering if you would critique mine sometime? Give me some ideas over coffee??? Donna

    On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 8:50 AM, Pot of Manna


    1. Yes! I love how every day with God is fresh. I don’t have to carry forward or dread what’s ahead. He’s given me this day and I intend enjoy every bit of it. Blessings.


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