Ever since he’s been home I’ve struggled with keeping this blog up. I wanted to stop blogging right after he came home, but I kept at it. I wrote about real food, a Biblical diet, parenting, marriage, romance, life. I connected with readers and loved them and poured my life out to them in an effort to have some sort of positive impact on their lives. In the last year, I’ve written about parenting a son on the autism spectrum and living life with a daughter old enough to date.
It’s time to say goodbye.
We reached 2500 likes on this page! I didn’t realize it – I was out of town last week. So, let’s celebrate. Let’s do a giveaway. “like” this post and leave a comment. That allows more people to see it through Facebook’s stupid filters.
One person who BOTH comments and likes will win an autographed set of my cookbooks – Fifty Shades of Gravy, The Walking Bread, and Iron Skillet Man.
Three people will win a single autographed cookbook of your choice.
25 people will win ebook of your choice.
But now I’m happy! I wish there was a way to keep this theme, but it’s old and not “hip” technologically speaking. But I’ll enjoy it while it’s here for the next several months.
Everyday, I do a 4-mile aerobic walk. It takes me one hour. I listen to my Word of Promise Bible while I walk. Today, I had a shorter walk and listened to Matthew 16 through Matthew 24. It’s so hard to take Christ’s words and pick just one section out of 8 chapters. But here […]
I’m going to write a book about managing a home with tips, tricks, encouragement, etc., from all of those angles. It’s still brewing. It won’t be until after summer before I can work on it (unless other things go faster than I expect.) But, I’d like to include testimonies from other wives/moms/homemakers out there who manage their home and other aspects of their lives…
Gregg has worked tirelessly to implement something that is secure but still carried a taste of the old theme.
To celebrate, we’ll do a giveaway.
The flu hit our house last week, and I’m still down with it. I AM feeling better than I have in days, so I’m hoping this is my last day with it.
My house is a mess, my Christmas tree is still up, store-bought bread is in the bread box, and once the soups I made when I still felt well enough to cook ran out, my family has been sustaining itself on Japanese and Greek takeout — but we’ve survived it and all but me are well enough to be at school and work today.
I have compiled all of my events and signings for the coming year, and created an “appearances” section of this website. You can see just how much traveling I’ll be doing this year! Click this link to follow my appearances and events.Appea
Happy New Year! I’m writing this post with my phone. My kids were at my parents’ house for a couple of days, and Scott came down with Type A influenza. So, I left home in a hurry to do the 5-hour-drive, and inadvertently left my computer at home. But, I can still do this blog post, clumsy as it may be! It has been an incredible year. I have been amazed and humbled by the way God is using me and developing my ministry.