To-Do-List…..Never Done


Recently I asked God a very important question: “When is my to-do-list done?” Seriously, when will I have nothing to do? God didn’t answer me but I already knew the answer. My to-do-list will be done when God says it’s time to come home.

With so many irons in the fire and trying to maintain some semblance of a social life, I have not had (or maybe taken) the time to blog. And yesterday I realized how much I missed it.

I am a member of Toastmasters International and yesterday I gave my ninth speech on ‘The Benefits of Blogging.’ In the moment of preparing the speech and even giving the speech, I was reminded of how therapeutic blogging has been and still is for me.  So I promised myself that I will add blogging to my to-do-list.

But first, I must complete speech #10 and receive my award of Competent Communicator.

CC Award


About Shannon D. Robinson

Shannon Robinson Born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland (Go Ravens!!!), I discovered early on that I am very opinionated and passionate about my opinions. This has brought on the realization for me that I think differently from most people and it took some time for me to come to grips with that unique side of me. Writing for me is often an escape. A place I can go with my thoughts and opinions and not have to concern myself with offending anyone or not agreeing with someone. My thoughts and opinions are mine and God’s and I know that He doesn’t judge me on them. My writing is a personal journey that allows me to be transparent with self (and sometimes others) as I believe that nothing I have experienced or gone through on this journey called life was meant for me to keep to myself. Somewhere there is another woman who is experiencing or has experienced the very same things, thoughts, and feelings I have and it is my prayer that my story in some small way helps her to see that she too can come through. While at the same time giving God glory for his wondrous works. I appreciate you for stopping by and sharing in my journey as I try my absolute best to navigate it as smoothly as possible; even when I come across detours and bumps along the way. ~ Hotep

2 responses »

  1. Don’t forget that your CC is just the beginning! Finish your Competent Leader as well, and dive into those advanced manuals! You are developing an incredibly powerful medium to share your journey! I’ve been in the organization for 16 years and still learn something new every week.

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