What I want us to remember

Processed with VSCOcam with f2 preset For 31 days, we've looked at what it might mean to choose brave. Through the hard, scary times, through the going and the staying, through the hoping and the waiting and the wishing for things to be different.

Courage, dear heart, we've whispered to ourselves quietly as the rain splattered hard against our window panes and the world lit up with the lightning from the sky.

There are things I want us to hold onto -- words I want us to engrave into our insides so we don't forget the significance bravery has on our lives.

I want us to write letters to our bodies.

I want us to understand it takes courage to heal.

I want us to know that we can do courageous things everyday.

I want us to bravely follow Jesus -- even when it's uncomfortable and stretching.

I want us to live fearlessly authentic lives.

I started a shop two years ago now, and just last week I switched it over to Etsy. The shop's called Choose Brave (of course), and I hope it allows you to see courage and bravery in new and creative ways.

There's a coupon code just for you! Use the code BRAVE31DAYS at the check out and you'll receive 20% off your order. (My personal favourite is the "she who is brave is free" print.)

Thank you for sticking with me through this past month. I hope you were a tiny bit encouraged, and you leave a tiny bit braver.



This is day thirty-one of the series 31 days of choosing brave. Each day this October, I'll be writing on what it looks like to choose bravery. You can click here if you'd like a list of all the posts in this series. If you want to make sure you don't miss a day, feel free to subscribe below. line1