I Need A Do Over
Mulligan – noun – (in informal golf) an extra stroke allowed after a poor shot, not counted on the scorecard. (Google Dictionary)
Have you ever wanted to start over?
Have you ever made a mistake and wanted to erase that mistake?
Have you ever gotten out of the habit of doing something good and wanted to get back on the right track?
I feel this way about blogging. I’ve been writing here on my blog for over eleven years, and I have fallen out of my blogging grove over the past several months.
Yesterday, my wife told me she missed my blog posts, and I’ve had a few people check in with me to make sure I was okay after they hadn’t heard from me for a while. (Thanks for checking in on me!)
I don’t want to erase everything I’ve written in the past, but I sometimes wish I could start over with the same energy and time commitment to writing. Some of this is in my control, but I also recognize that many things have changed for me over the past eleven years – especially over the past two years since I took on more responsibility at work.
And so I come back to my blog and to you, my readers, asking for a “Do Over.”
I want to get back on the right track, and I’m hoping you’ll join me on the journey.
See you tomorrow!
Do you need a Do Over?
Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here! 2 Corinthians 5:17
For ideas on how to get a fresh start, click here.