Feb 20, 2007

The Learning Curve

James 1:4
So let it grow (patience), for when your endurance is fully developed, you will be strong in character and ready for anything.

I like a challenge, but I have to admit that I am not huge on time-suckers. Not sure any of us should be embracers of, 'timesuckers.' I know that to most everything there is a learning curve, and also a level of patience involved of course, but still I am hoping that this new adventure is one that will be smooth, without to much turbulence.

I was feeling ,'all up to the challenge,' and then the reality struck, that I have very little time to "learn" the how to's. My husband came home and had to come to my rescue with my new adventure. I hadn't even made it a full 24 hours and I had to call in my Knight. He was able to change the picture, which I guess is called avatar? He worked on it for quite awhile before he was able to switch out the rocking chair picture with the picture of my Knight and I. I guess there are many things we don't know when it comes to computers and such, hopefully I will get the swing of it and not need to ask for so much help.

Looking forward to being able to put some pictures into the entries, but really don't have time to figure it out right now. Hopefully wisdom will kick in and it will all run smoothly! Perhaps I should have begun with prayer, always the best way to start. I have a friend in Canada who years ago sent me a gift, it still hangs in my house as a constant reminder. It is a little folk art sign, which says, " A day hemmed in prayer, seldom unravels." How true and today I will begin by asking the Holy Spirit to help me with my "how to's." We are told in scripture that our BEST teacher is the Holy Spirit and that He will teach us ALL things. HMMM, sounds like Kimmie still has a lot to learn. Thank you Holy Spirit, for the reminder!

John 14:26 (NIV)
But the Counselor, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you.


Stacy said...

Posted by reformingmama (IP Not Logged)
The picture of you and your Knight is lovely! :)
I love you so much, and I love reading your thoughts here!

Rae said...

I will be praying for your new adventure.


Kelly said...
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Kelly said...

Posted by Kelly at A Spacious Place (IP Not Logged)
I don't know how I got to your blog, but just wanted to say welcome to the blog world. I love your use of scripture in your posts.


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