Oh hi there.
Today was going to be the third (and final) installment in the Blogger vs. WordPress series. But you guys asked so many great and often similar questions, it’s taking me a while to categorize and answer them all!
And then there’s this little thing called my heart…
…My heart isn’t into tutorials and SEO and why I made the switch.
…My heart is uneasy with decisions that The Professor and I have to make soon.
…My heart beats wildly as I think about how much Biblical truth is portrayed in Les Miserables and I wonder if you saw it too? Depravity, sin, dirt, and grime. And Grace, so much grace! And mercy, forgiveness, and redemption. Free Will. It’s all there, pointing to Jesus. It’s just that some don’t know it.
…My heart is an emotional mess this week as I read, and read again an e-mail from a blog friend whose words brought tears to my eyes, and The Professor’s too.
…My heart is filled with gratitude that we aren’t called to walk this life alone in isolation. Thank God for those who have gone before, and come back to walk beside us.
…My heart is stirred by the truth God’s been teaching me as I read and study and ruminate on I Samuel chapter one.
…My heart wrestles with a deep desire to be remembered by God, and the mind-blowing realization that I was never forgotten.
…My heart revels in the knowledge that even in the throes of infertility, there is a divine peace and joy hovering over me, providing comfort and strength and even a happiness that had almost been forgotten.
…my heart is proud of my husband and his accomplishments, and sometimes I want to shout them to the world, but I know that would be bragging.
…my heart sometimes takes grace for granted. And that’s not okay with me.
…my heart very nearly bursts with excitement when I think of all that God has in store for this little website, and all of the great things that are going to be happening very soon!
…my heart loves almost everything about blogging. Except for the part where you have to live a good six to eight weeks in the future if you’re going to be prepared for any holiday. That sort of stinks. Here’s to not uttering the words “Valentine’s Day” for another 4 weeks, at least. *wink*
What’s on your heart today?
Goal Setting Q & A with Growing Up A Thomas
RDD: When did you first set goals for your business/blog? How do you hold yourself accountable to accomplish those goals?
GUAT: I had some loose goals when I started blogging for more than just the grandparents in the middle of this past year (2012.) I just recently established some concrete goals for 2013. I am hoping to assess where I’m at each quarter to see where I’m at and/or re-work them a bit if need be.