Well, as you can see, I’ve made a few changes to my blog – again.
I can’t seem to keep things the same…I change like…well, the weather! 🙂
But seriously, the weather has been changing a lot lately.
Friday it was up in the 60’s, bright blue skies and sunshine, and then Saturday dark clouds hung
over the farm all day, cold rain turned to snow and by nightfall we had two to three inches all over the ground.
Its been cold again today, but the sun was out so all our snow has melted away. 🙂
Our hay field and the drive down to the barn was covered in snow this morning.
It was beautiful walking down and enjoying the bright orange sunrise.
I love it when it snows – but down here, thank the Lord! 🙂 – it doesn’t stay too long.
Hmmm… I never knew I’d say that.
But anyways, on with the main purpose of this post.
I have not been comfortable with the changes I made to my blog a few months back.
When I made those changes I was feeling a need to start more promotion for my
story and writing; get the word out there more by blogging about it and linking to it from other sites.
The more I’ve gone on working with it however, trying to make it all fit, the more I
continue to come up against this brick wall in my mind….
Its just not working.
I can’t mix the two – my writing and my regular daily life – and expect to get the most out of both of them.
This morning I sat down and opened a second blog.
One that takes the old name of this blog (allowing my previous title to take back its rightful place!)
and will be solely about my journey in writing, about what the Lord Jesus teaches me in,
about my stories themselves, and the characters in them.
I’ll still be posting about my story here from time to time – writing is still a part of my daily life! –
but my new blog, Apples of Gold in Pictures of Silver, will be the online home for
all my writing ramblings.
I have deleted a couple of pages from this blog, moving them (with a few changes) to their new home,
and written and introductory post.
The site is still needing some work – a few more pages, widgets, etc. – but I think its
safe to introduce to you all! 🙂
follow it if you like it enough and want to stay up-to-date with Unlikely Lives and the story of Sullivan,
and I’d really love it if you’d share the link with your book-loving or writerly friends!
Thanks so much and the Lord Jesus bless you all
this Sunday evening!