I’m taking a break from blogging today in order to spend time celebrating the reason for the season with my family, but wanted to wish you a very Merry Christmas.
Today, this author is taking the day off to connect with family and recharge my creative batteries as I celebrate the 4th of July.
Since it seems to be the “thing” now to avoid a list of New Year’s Resolutions and instead focus on a single word, I spent much of the past week thinking and praying about what this new year held. With one child graduating and needing job support as she transitions to life after school … and another child in the middle of a college search … and guardianship reports coming due … and a flood of day
In honor of Thanksgiving this week and the fact my family will have three days off from school, I’m taking today off from blogging to think about the many blessings God has given this year. I have a lot to be thankful for. What about you?
Happy New Year! Here’s to fresh beginnings.
As the clock ticks down on the end of another year, I’m once again looking back over the past months and dreaming about the future. In 2013, I wanted to focus on family relationships, a healthy lifestyle, debt reduction and a balanced budget, and a bunch of writing goals. Overall, I’ve made good progress on balancing family, health, home, and our finances. Whew! Not to mention I feel like I have strategies in place to keep
Merry Christmas everyone!
Life is a journey full of twists and turns and unexpected delights. My own journey includes walking by faith, balancing work with raising a family, caring for a special needs child, and pursuing my dream of writing full-time. While I’ve been blogging since 2009, my focus is on Faith, Family, and Fiction. The current program is: Mondays – Creation Declares series – Discovering more about God through His creation. Wednesdays – Tools For the Journey –
As we count down to a new year full of fresh possibilities, I’m spending the day alternating between reflection and expectation. Enjoy your time off with friends and family and I’ll meet you back here in 2013!