back to blogging?

Posted on 18. Feb, 2010 by in Miscellaneous

Well….we will see.  When my husband told me that my blog was gone, I was surprised  how devastating that felt.  I guess my blog has been a pretty good friend, and over time I took it for granted. Thankfully, we figured out a way to recover the content, but all the comments are gone.  So it was a good time to start fresh…a new domain and thanks to my wonderfully creative husband a new design!

Several times I’ve tried to define the relationship with my blog.  Will I be a nurse blog? Maybe a mommy blog?  Should I review products?  In the end, I realize that I’m no MckMama, or Pioneer Woman, or Bring the Rain, or NieNie—(all blogs that I’ve been inspired by in more ways than one), but all I am is me. It’s that simple.  I’ve worried far too long about who is reading this, trying to get people to read this, or what people really think about it.   Ironically, it’s similar to real life–the desire to be popular, understood, and known often taint the true version of ourselves.   I make no promises about the direction or the frequency of this blog, but I promise this–my blog will be a reflection of me.  So here’s to new beginnings!

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5 Responses to “back to blogging?”

  1. cara

    18. Feb, 2010

    Kristy, I always appreciate your transparency. Looking forward to a new blogging season! The blog is gorgeous, btw!
    cara

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  2. Husband

    18. Feb, 2010

    Welcome back baby. I can’t wait to read your blogginess.

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  3. Jim Cowart

    18. Feb, 2010

    Hey Kristy! Glad your blog is back – and we wouldn’t want it any other way than for it to be a reflection of you! Look forward to seeing more posts….

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  4. anna

    18. Feb, 2010

    so glad you are back! i love reading your blog posts! you’re such a wonderful encourager!

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  5. Stephanie Cowart

    19. Feb, 2010

    Yay! Love the new look! 🙂

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