Last Saturday I had the privilege of meeting face to face with seven other Christian women bloggers. One of them, the owner of the home, I had been following for a while, and the other six I had never met but are now the newest addition to my favorite blogs.
And. We. Had. A. Blast.
There was Amy, who is passionate about making a difference in small and big ways.
There was Katrina, who will teach you to eat real food cheaply, while helping you draw closer to the God who created it all.
There was Mariah, who will captivate you with her humor and smarts.
There was Kendal, who is honest and real about her struggles. You may just identity.
There was Karrie, who writes about being a mom, a teacher, a child of God and wife to a farmer in poetic style.
There was Rachel, who writes about food, especially desserts, but who is model-thin and model-beautiful.
There was Corina, who does not yet have a blog but I know will blow you away when she does. Stay tuned.
It was fun. And it was inspiring. And it left me with some pondering to do. And here is where you come in:
One of the things we talked about were the strengths and weaknesses of our blogs and the reasons we blog. The discussion that ensued around the table gave me a lot of food for thought. I was challenged to take a look at my motivations, my passions, and my sphere of influence. I’ve been blogging for almost two years now and I think it’s time to re-evaluate some things.
So I decided to enlist your help, sweet friends.
If you don’t mind, if you could help me, take a minute and tell me:
What keeps you coming back to this space?
I would really love to hear from you, whether you usually comment or you mostly lurk, through Facebook or via e-mail, please help me to see Life in A Glass House from your side of the computer.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!