I’m all grown up now, learning to put the past behind me and leave it there.
But, one day when I wasn’t suspecting, God took me back in time.
It happened one weekend I flew to South Carolina to meet up with the beautiful women I’d been writing alongside at (in)courage. Since becoming a new mom of two, I never had the chance to make trips outside of the home. Up until that point, I wrote from the privacy of my desk.
But when baby CJ turned two years old, I felt God was telling me it was time.
Take the next step, Bonnie. Go.
So, when DaySpring invited us to spend a beach retreat together at Hilton Head, I packed my bags with measured hopes for new beginnings.
Little did I know I’d connect with one of the women there, through a childhood hurt I thought was long forgotten.
It’s kind of embarrassing to say it. It’s probably not a big deal…but…
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