Wednesday, October 2, 2013

October Quest

Where oh where did September go?  I can't  believe I didn't post anything for the past two weeks!  I did finish up my September Quest and enjoyed my daily chapters in Max Anders' 30 Days to Understanding the Bible.  

I learned SO much about the Old and New Testament!  I gained a clearer picture of the timeline of God's Word...the geography of Biblical times...and the people featured throughout the stories of each book.  I am so glad I choose that Quest for last month.

So the past couple of weeks were filled with all kinds of distractions.  I had a few doctor appointments, an MRI, and several x-rays.  In the end it was determined that I have a slight tear in my ACL from when I hurt my knee running back in January.  

I am now going twice a week to Physical Therapy with the goal of strengthening my knee.  I am working hard to do my daily exercises because I would love to avoid major knee surgery, if possible.  By the end of this month, I hope to know what is in store for me and my knee.

I have also been working on a possible new experience for me.  I'm not sure where God is exactly leading me at the moment, but I am trying to patiently walk through the doors He has opened until I reach His plan for me...or a door closes.  I know that is a bit vague...but check back in the weeks to come and I'll share more, I'm sure.

October Quest
Now that we are all caught up from the past couple of weeks...it's time to announce my new Heart & Spirit Monthly Quest for October!  This month I plan to do a Quest I have done once before...and that is to Write Something Every Day.  

I have enjoyed blogging here at My Rosie Outlook and I have not given myself the time to write much in the past few months...so in October, plan to hear from me every day.  I have a few ideas of stories...deep thoughts...and some fun stuff I would like to share with you. 

I hope you will come back each day and enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy writing it.


2 comments:

  1. Hope your knee is doing better soon!
    All the best!

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  2. Thanks so much Kristine! I am working hard with PT - hoping to make it stronger. Time will tell. We think of you often and pray all is well where you are. Thank you for sending out the newsy email. It was great to hear from you!

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