It’s been a long time, 162 days to be exact, since I last sat at or played my piano. Having been unwell since February, a diagnosis, coping with pain management, a growing lack of energy, waiting months for surgery, an earlier mid-September surgery date, and now 5 weeks of recovery at home...it’s been a long road. Feeling stronger and well enough, having the energy and desire to play, after months away, I walked into my studio. I dusted off my piano, turned it on, sat down, cranked up the volume, and played. Forty-five minutes was probably too long (I’m sure my body will remind me of that tonight), but it felt too good not to keep going. My memory storage of songs was still there (sort of),

Thoughts in Recovery

Hey Friends, Thank you so much for your encouragement and prayer support these past few weeks. The boredom and loneliness during recovery from surgery, with time only to rest and think, can be dangerous. It’s tempting to become frustrated, jealous, depressed, impatient, critical, or even angry. It can, though, also be used as a time to re-evaluate things; about relationships, work, and how I view God. It’s been challenging. I’ve been hugely encouraged by Louie Giglio and his book, “Goliath Must Fall”. I’ve learned about myself and about God, what God is really like, and how He truly wants the best for us. Both my view of Him and my faith isn’t what it should be. I’m seeing signs of His leadi

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