"I have a confession to make to the readers and followers of my blog. I have been haphazard and remiss at blogging consistently because I have had massive writer's block. But, it's a self-imposed writer's block, as I have spent the past four months censoring some of the topics about which I typically enjoy writing. Now that Christmas cards have gone out, I'm ready to put a stop to my self-imposed censorship, and explain my inconsistent blogging habit." Today's post has been in the creation for months - let me sum it up briefly - my son's prayers are powerful, and I am more than willing to take any prayer intentions to him! 😉 Hope you will click to read the explanation provided within!
This month's CWBN blog hop topic is "Our Hopes and Dreams for 2018." In today's piece, I address my hopes and dreams for 2018 - spanning family, career, and personal goals. What goals do you have for 2018?
"This week, I am grateful for the two companies I have personally previously found reputable reaching out to me - and, voluntarily offering my readers an opportunity to benefit from the words I put on my screen." Two Community Outreach Specialists reached out to me, at different times, based on blog posts I have previously written. This is NOT a sponsored post, nor am I compensated at all from this post. But, it allows me to offer something for the gratitude I feel for my readers. A free holiday gift to my readers, if you will. For what were you grateful for this past week?
"Therefore, while I am not writing a gratitude post for this week, I am renewing my challenge to those reading these words - beginning next week, as we prepare for the new Liturgical Year, join me every. week in finding gratitude for the little moments in your life." Today, I'm adding my voice to the #WorthRevisit link-up hosted by Allison at Reconciled to You and Elizabeth at theologyisaverb. Will you join me in adding a "New Liturgical Year resolution" this year?
I typically don’t write about my CFS. But, there are definitely times in my life where I realize some things, when life is going well, that are taken for granted. Today’s Gratitude Project addresses one such instance. What are you grateful for this week?