A Word Of Gratitude
I’ve debated whether I wanted to do an end of the year post since November. As you can see if you follow this blog, I decided against it. As we settle into 2018, my reflective ponderings have given me the desire to take a moment to give thanks for all the support I’ve received since starting to blog in 2016. For everyone who took a moment to visit the home page, thank you. Your visit to my space of the internet matters. To everyone who ever clicked on a link to a post, thank you for reading. Thank you to everyone who shared a link or liked a post. Thank you to those who made comments whether on the site or to me directly. It means a lot to me that you spend some of your time reading the words I write.
Thank you to everyone who gave me feedback as I worked on posts and encouraged me to be fearless in my writing. People don’t have to read your work nor do they have to respond to it, so you have to appreciate it when they take the time to do so. I’d like to give a special thanks to Ashley M. Coleman of WriteLaughDream.com and JaQuette M.S. Gilbert of thewriterslounge.co for helping me learn the processes and resources that make blogging easier and offering objective feedback to improve my writing. These ladies prove the value of having a tribe to help you get better at your craft and in life.
As we move forward into 2018 I pray you are granted the diligence to work toward your goals and dreams. This blog is about finding the grace in the midst of life and all it throws at you. Most posts are about my experience, others are based on current events or observation. Some you may not agree with and that’s okay. I hope you are encouraged by the posts to find the grace in your life. Thanks for your support and enjoy your journey.