Monday, November 7, 2011

David Crowder and Making It Happen--Part 2

Lindi here.

Crowder Concert: One word: Amazing!
As always the David Crowder Band praised the Lord with awesomeness. We ran into some people at church today who were there and one of them said to us "Hi. We worshiped together last night."
And that's what it was. Worshiping the King of Kings!
We were down front, no seats, standing right in front of the stage. I have a new computer and don't have my camera software loaded yet--but I did get some cool pictures!
And the meet and greet? We got to meet the members of the band and they were signing whatever you had for them to sign.
This is where I messed up. Well, not messed up really, but I didn't listen to that little nudge yesterday afternoon that told me to pull something off my bulletin board and take it with me. That something is the 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper with the words to the Crowder song Trying to Make You Sing. It's been on my bulletin board for a long time. The words to that song inspired the book that is coming out next fall.
When the little nudge told me to bring it with me I thought no way--what am I going to pull it out and show it to DC? Not! But it would have been very cool for the band to have signed it.
Instead I gave them my ticket.
Next time I'll listen to God, the nudge, no matter how crazy it seems!!

Making it Happen---well, I didn't make it totally happen. I didn't get the word count I aspired to, but I did write every day. Yes, you read that right. Every day. That's something that has been lacking lately. So, I'm a little off on the word count, but still rolling along.

Don't forget about Christy's Writing Challenge.

How about you? Have you ever felt the nudge to do something then didn't do it?

Lindi P. Happy Endings Are Just The Beginning


  1. I'm glad you had such a great time! Were you worn out from standing?? :)

  2. Sounds wonderful anyway Lindi :) always listen to the nudge :)

  3. Missy--yes! I took a hot bath when I got home to soak the feet. I wore the wrong shoes for sure!

  4. Eva, I"ll listen to the nudge next time. :)