A Wind of Regret


As you may have noticed, there have been changes made to my blog.  I am not really sure what sparked it, but I wanted to all of a sudden switch to WordPress.  I initially wanted to go with WordPress at the beginning of this adventure, but it seemed too complicated.  I naturally went with Blogger because it was simple and it was connected with Google Plus – something, at the time, that I had been learning to use.

If anyone follows me on Pinterest, you will know that my style is minimal.  So for whatever reason, having the “next blog” on the top of my page while using Blogger made me feel like my blog was messy.  I did spend more money than what I had wanted starting up a blog, and I now wish that I would have steered clear of the domain name and just went with a pretty theme from Etsy.  But alas, these are a few of the many things that I have learned along the way.

Now here I am, cozy in my husbands long-sleeved plaid shirt, knit socks while drinking coffee trying to justify the 3 posts I’ve made in the last year.  I apologize to those of you who have been encouraging me to write and post more and not seeing any of it.  I get half way through writing a post and decide that I have no idea how to conclude it and it gets left in the drafts.  I’ve been challenged by God to write more and put my feelings into words.  There have been so many times where Jason is left in the deep dark blue trying to figure out what’s going on inside my head and I haven’t a clue as to how to portray exactly what I’m feeling to him.  This is a way for me to take my time explaining myself, a way to share my interests and creativity, and also share what I’ve found during my time surfing the web.

I don’t know where to go from here, but hold up your mug of coffee with me and let’s cheers together to a new season of posting once a week and putting aside whatever fears I have of inconsistencies in my writing and moving forward from this rut to a high hill top.

I truly had no idea how frustrating this would be, but I am so happy to have people in my life to encourage me.

So …….. I’ll post again soon!

“No matter what season I’m in, I’m content because of Him. It’s Him that gives me strength to be content in every situation. I’m not content because of something that happened, I’m content because of Him. He’s why I’m content and He’s where my confidence comes from.” – Eric Johnson

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