Some words and phrases you used included:
need to move on
Very cheekily, I've included two of Sarah's phrases, even though she was explaining why she COULDN'T join in, as they were really busy de-cluttering and redecorating. The two phrases she used to describe their work were so relevant to Lent that I popped them in - can you even pick them out amongst the words that were acutally used about Lent? I think that's because Lent may be about de-cluttering, so thanks, Sarah!
So let's just look at the few basic organisational things. I'll run it like the Pause in Advent.
Please post on Sunday 21st or Monday 22nd February, and for every Sunday or Monday after that, up to Palm Sunday, which is March 28th (or the following Monday) this year. If you can't do one or it goes a bit late, you are forgiven in advance ;)
Your posts can be about what Lent means to YOU - no need to conform to what anyone else is doing! You may be reading something, learning from another source, or growing in the garden or in your soul. You may be crafting or sharing with children, or reflecting in silence. You may be looking to the past or to the future, to traditions or to new ways. Let us know about it in any way you like, and we will visit you and enjoy what you have to share. If you need inspiration, just look at your own words in the Wordle!
The Pause in Lent blog list on my sidebar should tell you every participant. I'll organise it so that it shows the most recently updated blogs once we get started. I'm also planning posts on Tuesday and Wednesday about the start of Lent, mainly from the point of view of British and French traditions, so if Lent is something you're not used to you might get a few ideas then!
If you would like to join the list, just let me know in your comment...
"And if you really love me, come on and let it SNOW..."