Warning: Identity Crisis

As many of you know, I am new to the kingdom of Blogdom. As a result, this blog will be behaving  like a junior high girl for a while—trying to figure out who it is and who it wants to be. The URL will stay the same, but there may be drastic changes to the look, the “about” page and the name.

Truly, this is much more fun than being a junior high girl (which actually wasn’t much fun at all for me). I fantasized about changing my name when I was younger; I even had a running list of possibilities. Don’t worry, I won’t be calling the blog Elizabeth, Alexandra, or Elaura.

Seriously, though, I plan to stick around, so I’d like the theme to be representative of the content.

This would be a good time for you to help me. If you have ideas or suggestions, I welcome them. Also—talk to me—talk to each other. I realize not everyone likes to write comments and many people simply don’t have the time. No pressure; I’m very happy for my silent readers. But if you do have something to say—don’t be shy. Even if it’s a (gentle) correction or disagreement. I want to be able to interact with what you think—be sharpened and encouraged, you know.

Anyway, I just didn’t want you to think you had gotten yourself to the wrong page by mistake. Please be patient as I move the furniture. If this works anything like my house, I will move things around dozens of times until I find the perfect place for everything—and then it will stay that way for years.

Oh, and another thing—if you watch the process, please don’t laugh at me.


5 thoughts on “Warning: Identity Crisis”

  1. I was thinking the other day that your blog is a chronicle of a Christian living through this severe economic depression and writing down their hopes and disappointments and how they cope, etc. These are history-making times (unfortunately)!

  2. Your freedom to discover what the Lord desires to have you share on your blog is a journey – but then you are a woman and that automatically gives you to freedom to move the furniture if you choose. At least that is what my husband would say. Just enjoy the journey!

  3. There is something about getting organized physically that helps us mentally, emotionally and spiritually. I don’t get it but I know it’s true.

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