9 Days Alone

As it turns out, alone time can actually be healthy. (Who would have thought?) Especially in the "preventative" sense. Instead of waiting for the crisis, when I end up almost crashing, it was actually way more satisfying to spend at least an hour or so each day alone with my own thoughts and Jesus. No music, no TV, no podcasts, no other sounds. Just the heaters clicking every so often and the sound of my own breathing.

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A Note from Mrs. Pilkvist

Apparently writing blog posts is the last thing on a person's mind during their honeymoon. Huh. Who would have thought? But, naturally, the proof is in the pictures...