Friday, December 26, 2008

Almost The End of 2008

Well, amazingly enough, here we are almost at the end of another year. When I was a young girl, my granny always told me that the older you get the faster time flies. Well, at 10 years of age, you can't really comprehend such a statement, but now that I am older, I comprehend it all too well and have to agree that she was definitely right.

The year 2008 has gone by rather quickly and as we near the beginning of 2009, I find myself doing what I always do at this time of the year - reflecting on what the past year has held and making goals for the new one to come.

One of the goals I have for this new year is to become a more active and organized blogger. I know God has filled my heart with a lot of things He wants me to share and I believe blogging is one of those doors through which I can share. It has been quite the challenge to get my blog designed the way I want. I see so many cool blogs when surfing through blog land, and there are so many neat things I want to put on my blog, but I am completely HTML illiterate. Trying to learn the basics over the past few months has been grueling and I honestly just don't have the time to devote to learning how to design one, so I have tweaked it the best I can for now and plan to tweak it more in the new year as funds allow.

My goal is to blog daily and the topics will be varied. Most of what you find on here will pertain to being a wife, mom, homemaker, etc., as that is the kind of clay I am. I hope it will be a place where those who visit will be encouraged and inspired to keep pressing on in their daily walk with the Lord and for those who may not know the Lord, that they will get to know the wonderful Savior I serve and wish to become one of His kids as well.

Thank you Lord for allowing me to be your child and for the opportunity to share with others what you have so wonderfully shared with me.



byHisgrace said...

sounds wonderful Donna! Many blessings to you in the upcoming New Year! I can't wait to hear your thoughts.


Shannon said...

Yay! what a great resolution! :-)