Season of Change

Hi there!

I thought I’d take a moment to share an update with you about this blog. I’ve been praying about it for awhile, but the answer only hit me a few minutes ago! I already have great peace about it, though. So here goes:

Following this post, I will only be blogging five days per week (on the weekdays). So, you’ll see new posts from me Monday through Friday, but not on the weekend.

Why? Well, in part, because I’d like to spend more time reading your blogs, and contributing more to the wonderful community that we have here. I wish to listen well, and perhaps respond more to what you all are writing, so that I can better appreciate what is happening in your lives. So, Lord willing, I’ll do more of that on the weekends. Of course, I’ll still try to respond to comments and likes (mine and yours!), as my work schedule and gradually-improving-but-not-quite-there-yet asthma will allow.

So that’s the plan for now – thanks for understanding. Perhaps I should change the name of the blog to “Weekdaily Hopeful”? 😉


26 thoughts on “Season of Change

      1. Glad to hear the studies are continuing – that is the important thing. A little progress each day is how the tortoise beat the hare, remember. Glad to hear your dad is doing ok, too.

        I am well, and so is my dad! I am just very tired (work project), but even so, God is still faithful! ✝️

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  1. I have no doubt that you will continue to be daily hopeful (and thankful) whether you post or not. 😊
    When I began my blog, I had no idea of the amount of time this would take. I have no schedule for blogging, and I don’t, so far, want one. I just put it up when I’ve written something. Reading and replying to others’ blogs takes more of my time than my own posts. That said, I must also add that the community is a huge blessing to me, and I get a lot out of the give-and take. I especially look forward to yours, as you dig pretty deep and rightly divide the Word of God.

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    1. Thank you, Kathy. You are right about the amount of time that is involved. When I first started, the Lord made it clear that I was to blog daily and anonymously, so I was just kept following the guidance that I was given. However, I am sensing that the direction has changed (at least about the daily blogging bit), so I now feel released to not post anything on the weekends at this time.

      I appreciate your kind words. They are quite encouraging to me, as (and I know I’ve said it before – 99.9% of the time, I have no idea what I’m going to post each day until I start writing. So thank you for the encouragement, and keep up the wonderful writing on your blog, my friend! Your “Three Boxes” series is still one of my favorites. 🙂

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  2. We certainly understand. We’ve learned the importance of being gentle with our postings so we can spend time reading others works. We didn’t want to burn people out especially when there are so many people out there encountering so many wonderful people and sites that we saw pairing back their post. We are learning balance, lol.

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    1. Yes, I am in complete agreement! It’s important to make time to connect with others God has placed in our lives – especially here. I am grateful for you, and the important reminder that you shared about balance!

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