My Family

My Family

Thursday, October 19, 2006


It's official.
I've blogged enough to hit the 100 posts mark.
That's a lot of posting.

Little did I know when I started how much I needed this...
I needed to write.
I needed to see things differently.
I needed dear readers.

I feel so much more connected to...well, everyone that reads my blog on a regular basis.
It's nice to have "things" to talk about when people call because they already know the reality of my daily life.
I love that I have reconnected with friends this way...and that they know me on a little bit more of an intimate level.
I love you, my lurking readers that have yet to make yourself known.
Have no fear, I would love to know who you are and why you read my blog.
Take a minute today to let me know why you come back...why you'll be here for post 150, and post 200.

Take a minute today to think of what it is you need to be doing with your talents, with what the Lord has given you to touch the lives of others.
He can and will use you to change and strengthen others.
Then make a goal to act in sharing that gift with others...and in the words of Spencer W. Kimball, DO IT....right now!


Rosie said...

Absolutely one of my favorite quotes! I have always remembered Pres. Kimball and his little sign in his office. Somehow Nike kind of gets credit for it no with their, Do it Now campain.! Just do it and get it done, whatever that is.

Thoroughly Mormon Millie said...

LOL, I love that Nike "stole" it too. They're getting his word out - even if everyone responds by buying more Nikes.

I keep coming back because your posts are so sweet, and so uplifting. I like you! I reeeeeally like you! ;)

Kor said...

I'm really glad you have this blog too. I already knew you were amazing, now I have fellow believers. Thanks for sharing your inspiration, faith, and life. We are so blessed.
I am on lucky SOL
(Hey that kind of sounds funny huh)

Kor said...

Hey I typed that really wrong!!
I meant to put SIL! BIG diference -Whoops
(Now you know why I don't blog)

Karina said...

I read because you are my Aunt, and it's fun! I love to find out what silly incedent happened today.