Friday, August 17, 2007


I just wanted to express how much I enjoy blogging. I have found that it is such a wonderful way to keep up with my favorite flamingos and friends that I miss something horrible. It has also been a wonderful way to keep family updated on the happenings with "the boys". However, there are many other perks to blogging! I have connected with many girls, mothers, and wives that are doing some incredible things that have inspired and encouraged me. I have also found it a fun way to record and reflect over the adventures of the last few months. When reading over some of my "old" posts I just cracked myself up!

When I first started blogging I was CRAZY over it! I wanted to check it constantly and if I missed a day posting I felt I had let myself down. I was also so disappointed when there were no comments. Now, I have found my grove and I am more confident in what I want my blog to represent...ME! Though I may not post everyday or not until late at night it is a way to express what is on my mind. Blogging also gives me the opportunity to enjoy all YOU wonderful and creative people "out there".

Many more posts to come in this fun world of blogging!


maria said...


I share your sentiments--I love blogging too! However, I'm still in the phase where I find myself checking my blog several times a day, or already thinking of my next post. Hopefully, I will find my groove too! I enjoy reading your blog so much! It is a great way to reconnect with you and see how you and your family are doing up in Brock--not to mention your blogs always make me laugh when I'm reading them (only when they are intended to be funny, of course!:) LOL! Hope to get to visit you and your family someday soon!

Lynn said...

Well girl I miss you when you don't blog! I love your posts and reading about all the fun adventures you made when you moved. Your gardening, your walks, your country girl aspects. It's a great way to keep a running "scrapbook". Don't you think?

Tip Junkie said...

I agree. I'm not as addicted to it as I once was. I still haven't found my groove but I'm working on it. I too have felt seriously blessed by the connections of other women. One of them you. ;)