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06/08/15
It's actually good to write about yourself - it feels more real, and it's best to write about what you know. The writing doesn't flow ell. It's a bit disjointed, although that helps the reader to feel the clumsiness you feel. It's confusing as to how much is physical clumsiness and how much is an inability to maintain the balance in your life that you seek. Whichever, I can definitely relate. You've done well to capture the feelings of self-depreciation so many of us suffer from.
06/09/15
Interesting how you compared your unreliable hands to the reliable hands of God. Very sobering piece giving us a glimpse into the life of someone who suffers on a daily basis.
I continue to admire your desire to be the best you can, your admission of weakness, and your trust in the Lord, always evident in your writing.