This image has been “hopping” around Facebook over this Easter weekend, and I honestly don’t know its source or origin, so I apologize in advance that I can’t properly attribute it:
I just especially like it because, as a Christian, this holiday that I prefer to call Resurrection Sunday is one of the most important representations of my faith. I fully believe in Jesus and His sacrifice, and make no apology for including “religious” content — or more accurately, spiritual content in my blogs. As I’ve shared about my near-death experience and miraculous recovery…I wouldn’t be here today if God had not intervened and spared my life.
This is a shorter than usual post tonight, just to say I hope you all have had an enjoyable weekend, and for those who celebrate this day, I hope you had a blessed day.
Now, an announcement: I didn’t quite make it through all the NaBloPoMo writing prompts for March (although I did have 20 posts, which is the most I’ve had in a month for quite awhile), but I plan to participate in April on the theme of “Keep It Fresh.” I will probably also interject some of Michelle Shaeffer’s great ideas for blogging as I randomly choose topics from her blog, as well as Ultimate Blog Challenge (UBC) ideas.
How about you? Did you have a nice weekend? Do you have plans to participate in any blog challenges in April?
Here’s a P.S. — I also plan to get my other 7 (yes, 7) blogs up and running in April, and would love to have you check them out if you’re interested (understanding most of them only have a few sporadic apologetic posts – a bad habit I plan to change in April, the month for Action!!) Here they are:
*Office Help 4 Hire – following UBC writing prompts for April.
*Words of Encouragement – offering a variety of devotional and inspirational thoughts.
*Autism & Other Child Developmental Disorders – also following the A to Z Blog Challenge for April, on relevant topics for this blog.
*eLearning for Life – promoting ongoing learning, offering tips I’ve learned along the way, now that I’m in the dissertation phase of my Ed.D. program.
*Random Thoughts & Musings – as it says, random – but I’m thinking of journaling about my quest to live a healthier lifestyle so I can strive to thrive at 55!
*K’Lee’s Kreations Blog – featuring my own “kreative” business, but also thinking about featuring other “kreative” folks, so stay tuned (and let me know if you’re interested after you read the details!)