Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Empty Stomach and Exhausted Mind

Hello again!

Today was fasting day again! So currently I am sitting, completely bloated with about a pound of rice in my stomach because my eyes were soooo huge after we broke the fast...and I LOVE IT! I LOVE FOOD!

Today has been SO full! It started with an extra long quiet time in "His Dwelling Place" where I enjoyed Phil Wickham, wrote, and even painted a few pictures! Then we had 3 1/2 hour lecture (which blew my mind) followed by 45 minutes of prayer, then a youth street meeting, then I helped make dinner! Once it was time for dinner we had 30 minutes of worship, which was sooooo hard to concentrate during, and then rushed downstairs to stuff my face!! :)

We have all been extremely exhausted today, both physically and mentally, and we have another 2 hour meeting in about thirty minutes.

I know my blogs haven't been very long lately :( But, maybe soon something super exciting will happen! And, no one has been commenting on them lately so I wonder if anyone's even reading them....(yes that is a blatant cry for response).

Now, I'm off to have a little "Coca Cola Date" with LaChelle and discuss how we can do some preventative work on our relationship (suggested by my mother)! I'm very excited!!

I like you all! And will try to write tomorrow, even though it's the busiest day of the week for me!! Pray for a good night's sleep tonight, I'm going to need it!!



  1. Hi Clancy,
    I met you once when you were a tween at one of your Mom's book signings/seminars in GA. You were a delightful young girl and it sounds like you have become a Godly woman. I have enjoyed reading your blog and pray that God will use this experience in a mighty way in your life.

  2. I'm reading you every night! :) Greatly inspiring! xoxo


  3. I read your blog each morning before I start my day. I'm in awe of you. For someone at such a young age (sorry, I'm a mom and old enough to be your mother) you are doing something that I could never have done, and probably still couldn't do. I'm praying for you and am learning about a part of life that I have never known about before. My two boys are 10 and 11 years old and perhaps one day will want to embark on the same type of journey and experience that you are doing right now. When that day comes, I will use what I learn from you to help them along. Keep writing, even if you think it's lame or uneventful. Sometimes, even the smallest details are important to someone.

  4. Oh I'm reading your blog everyday, living vicariously through your words and experiences. I look forward to finding out what your day has been like, and I'll continue to pray that this experience enrich you and help you grow in your walk with God. You and your blog are not alone :-).

  5. Read every day. Enjoy watching your grow spiritually, emotionally, mentally (and watch out for the rice or could be physically - LOL.)

    Have a great day!

  6. Clancy, I LOVE reading your blog every morning! I'm printing it out to send to Grandpa, who has said over and over how proud he is of you!! He knows exactly how to pray for you because he knows what's going on in your life. We are so very proud of you and pray for you daily. Love you, Aunt Sherilyn

  7. I'm a stranger who reads every day. :)
    I am fascinated by what you're doing, and I journey with you on all of your emotions during this adventure. I love your honesty -- keep writing! I am praying for a safe and fun time and that God continues to draw you even closer to Him.

  8. Reading! Just didn't want to freak you out that a perfect stranger is reading. You are a very talented writer in both your long & short posts. Thanks for sharing your experience! Sarah in Northern Virginia

  9. Oh, you sweetheart! Like most of the other responders, I read your blog in the morning. A couple of times, I have even used ideas you've shared as a jumping off point for my journaling during my quiet time. Keep it up!
    --Erin G.

  10. I'm still reading! :D I look forward to each post!

  11. Just like the others, I am reading every day. And I am praying for you too. And I'm not the only one. So just remember when you are feeling like it is all too hard that you have an army of prayer warriors behind you.

  12. I'm loving reading your blog. And don't worry about writing long posts. Sometimes short, and sweet, and to the point is best!


  13. Hey Clancy, I started to follow your mom on Twitter after seeing her at a Women of Faith conference. She posted a link to your blog one day, and I've been reading ever since. I'm a 26 year old minister living in Iowa and enjoy reading your blog. I am praying for you during this great time in your life!!