I have decided to have a little blogging schedule if you will. I like schedules…sometimes a little too much! I know that I have freedom to deviate from this schedule and there will be days I cannot pull off a blogpost, but I thought it might help you, as the reader, to know how I am going about this blogging thing and me, as the writer, to have a starting point!
As I have mentioned before, I am working on a devotion book for grieving mothers. I think I have 15+ devotions written and my goal is 30 devotions. So on Mondays, I am going to post one of these devotions. And because I love alliteration and plays on words, I am calling it “Monday Mournings.” These devotions are intended to help grieving mothers relate to the heartache they feel and see God in the midst of their grief.
I am also going to do my best to post on Wednesdays and Fridays. So my alliteration for Wednesday is “Wonderful Wednesdays.” It might be a giveaway or something that has just filled me with wonder that week…we will see.
Friday is for family, so (drum roll please) I am calling it “Family Fridays.” I will share something about what is going on with our family…
And there is my lengthy explanation to my blogging strategy…thanks for reading along. So now for today’s “Monday Mourning.” Enjoy!
I am a realist. I don’t dream, I analyze.
I am practical. I buy useful gifts for birthdays and Christmas.
I do not like small talk. I can see what the weather is just as well as the next person. No need to talk about it.
I sound like a whole lot of fun, don’t I!?!?
You can just imagine how much fun I was after Daniel died.
My realistic self said, “My son is dead. My heart and body ache. What am I supposed to do with myself now?” Read more