Crazy Determination

I have this crazy picture thing going on. And one door has closed, but God opened another. My frames are now personally refurbished. The photographs are mine. And I want nothing more than to do this full time.

I’ve done the sanding, staining, and painting. Cleaning the glass can be annoying.

Now I just need them to sell. I’m trying not to lose my hope. Every time an obstacle comes about, God is right there to show me another way. He’s providing time and time again the open doors that others keep slamming.

And He’s pushing me. He wants to see me faithful and trusting in His time. Not mine. And that is a hard acceptance for me. Because I’m surrounded by some that want this to instantly be a money maker-and they’re not even involved. It’s a complaint, a burden, a money sucking burden. And in my heart I know better. I know God does not continuously open doors so I can walk away. He’s guiding me to follow Him.

And so I keep moving forward. With the passion and gift He’s given me.

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18 Responses to Crazy Determination

  1. Michelle says:

    These are beautiful! You have done an amazing job!

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  2. The Eclectic Contrarian says:

    Very nice!!

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  4. Beautiful photos and I love the frames too! I pray they sell like hotcakes! God bless!

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  5. If I have learned anything in the free-lance writing biz, it’s that entrepreneurism takes a time and faith commitment. Instant success does happen, but it is very rare and probably not all that emotionally healthy. If this is what God’s put in your heart and you’re not harming yourself or anyone else, keep on keeping on!!!

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  6. trentpmcd says:

    They all look great, frames and photos. The right frame for the photo is always a difficult choice (or right photo for the frame, since I’m assuming limited frames being refurbished).

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  7. SarahGarden says:

    I love the photos, especially the bottom one 🙂

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