For today’s blog post, I had something else in mind for it, but I need to gather my thoughts first for it. I don’t want to just put it out there without giving it my all. I have been a little MIA this semester and I want to interact more with all of you, but college keeps me so busy – this past week, I was working on a lesson plan for one of my classes every single day and the lesson plan was a total of 54 pages long. It had to be scripted where I had to say exactly what the teacher and student would say. It took a lot of energy out of me, it was so much. That is also one of the reasons why I’m moving the blog post I wanted to write for today to next week, especially since I will be on Spring Break and I will have time to sit down and write it!
March 7 is in three days and it’s on Saturday. Two years ago on that day (2018), I was in a car accident. I have talked about it many times on this blog post. Here is part 1 and part 2. The part 1 blog post was one of my first blog posts I have written on this blog. It’s so crazy that my Spring Break looked different two years ago compared to this coming Spring Break. March 7 was a Wednesday two years ago and I was driving back home from class and that was the week before my Spring Break. I didn’t know I was going to spend it without a car. The accident wasn’t bad to the point my airbag deployed, it never did and I’m grateful for that; however, the car accident messed with my mental health so much. It didn’t hurt me physically, but it sure did hurt me mentally.
I will be talking about where I am now mentally next Wednesday and how much I have grown from everything that happened on March 7. It was such a long journey and such a difficult battle God made me go through, but I’m finally realizing why I went through everything I went through. It finally makes sense. I’m so thankful to be here with y’all. God has been teaching me that every day is precious because we don’t know when it will be our last day here.
Now, this is what I want to talk to y’all about instead.
In the comments of this blog post, can y’all inspire me, please? It can be a quote, Bible Verse, a blog post you want me to read, telling me how you have seen God in your life and how He touched you, etc. – it can be anything.
Those who always try to inspire others no matter what and tries to lift someone up when they have a bad day, need someone to inspire them too. We are the ones who try our hardest to be strong for those who are weak. We try our hardest to not let anyone see us cry and we cry in private. We tell everyone around us who are struggling with something that everything is going to be ok. We try our best to be positive, so others will have hope and faith that things will be all ok.
Sometimes it’s hard to keep on going when something just completely hits your life and makes you feel so numb on the inside.
So, please inspire me and also inspire others who are currently reading this blog post. Give them hope and pray for them. Pray for my family, too. God always has a plan no matter what and we have to trust Him when things get difficult. When life knocks us down, we have to surrender everything to God and pray that He will create a miracle; it’s all in His hands.