Wordless Wednesday–For my Friend

*A note before you read this. After doing an audit of my blog in 2022, I have decided to leave content that speaks to the Christian I was at the time this was written. I no longer identify as Christian (and haven’t for a very long time.) I chose to leave these posts because it is who I was then and it is important to me to be honest and true with every iteration and evolution of self that I experience. I may decide to add comments to the end of posts like this as well

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I have never, ever, ever broken the Wordless Wednesday Rule.

And it probably won’t happen again.

It’s appropriate today only because I’m channeling Robin who, uhm, is never Wordless on Wordless Wednesdays. If she has been, I’ve missed it.

So really, it’s not me breaking the rules, it’s her. She’s coming through my fingers and y’know with that one hacked off up there it’s kinda easy to see–she found the portal.

Robin’s having procedures and since I started praying in color I knew Robin needed one.

Now usually, my prayers are doodles. This is the second one that’s come out as a picture. Why? I have no clue. I started what I thought would be a doodle, but then the palm tree came out and Psalm 46:10 came to mind. I opened the book of Psalms and a few other verses stood out and that was that. (and oh man am I glad that I didn’t draw, like, a toilet or y’know, something gross and inappropriate.)

I emailed the picture to Robin and let her know I wanted to blog about it, but if she didn’t want me to, I’d understand. She said okay, we joked about #2 and Mt. Dew (ooooh–poetic license material?) and said our goodnights.

I’ll be praying some more for her all day Wednesday.

With or without words.

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5 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday–For my Friend”

  1. Michelle,

    How funny is this: my WW is the most wordless I’ve ever been! It does have a few words to explain where my picture was taken, but seriously, as few as I’ve ever written. ON THE SAME DAY THAT YOU WRITE A DISSERTATION (and for the record, I’m pretty sure I’ve never written THAT much for a WW!!!) :).

    I love my prayer-surcie even more now. LoveLoveLOVE it! I feel so honored.

    It’s a wild thing…prayer. Yesterday I felt better than I had the night before; my headache was still present but not nearly as bad, but mostly I was completely at ease, an inner sense of peace. I’m convinced it’s because there were precious prayerfriends interceding on MY behalf…which is humbling and encouraging.

    Thank you for an amazing gift. Praying in color is a beautiful means of celebrating life in Christ.



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