Friday, October 08, 2021

A New Season

    Hello, friends!  Well, I certainly didn't intend to go this long without blogging, but I surely enjoyed the break from the online world.  Life has its seasons, and this season has been a full one!  It has been so good to simply enjoy life without any "extras" competing for my time and attention.  Now that James is older and taking good naps (hooray!), I find I have little moments in my day that will allow me to get back to some things that were pushed aside.  

    And on that note, I really wanted to announce James's birth when he came!  But we had a bit of a health scare that required lots of doctor appointments, a hospital stay, and me just wanting to spend every precious moment I had with my baby.  Not to mention, I caught the dreaded 'rona just a few days after giving birth!  It was just a lot, friends.  Thanks be to God, we are all healthy and doing well.

    It is strange to look back on my previous blog posts and think of how things were just over a year ago.  When I started this blog, I had a plan for the things I would write about.  Then the world turned itself upside down, life changed, and my focus shifted.  But lately I have felt a reawakened desire to return to this little spot.  I want it to be a place of beauty and inspiration and encouragement.  I also want it to be practical, something you can use, something that might be helpful.  I've been mulling over a few ideas, and while I can't promise regularity, I will do my best to share whatever is put on my heart.  If you are still here, I thank you for following along.


  1. That's what I strive for in my blogging as well. In new season here myself so I'm focused on a two year old grandson that I keep daily and blogging is not top priority. Look forward to your future shares.

    1. Terri, I'm glad to have you here! Little ones definitely require lots of attention and a shift in priorities. We have an important job. The internet can get along just fine without us. Our families, however, cannot. ❤


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