“There is surely a future hope for you, and your hope will not be cut off” ~Proverbs 23:18
I’ve spent an amazing three days at Blissdom conference this past month meeting and connecting and reconnecting with my amazing women blogging friends and it’s made me remember one of the things I love about blogging. It has permanence. It lasts.
My Motherly Duties Do Not Last
So few things I do as a mother seem to last. The dishes don’t stay clean for more than – yeah, maybe an hour if I’m lucky. The bed does not stay made and the laundry does not stayed washed. My children DEFINITELY do not stay fed. Lol! Especially when going through a growth spurt or two.
But when I blog, I can have confidence that the little piece of my heart that I share with you will have a future. It will last. Even if this post isn’t read today, right now this second. It will be. Read and enjoyed, maybe commented on.
The Blogging Legacy
It’s like another piece in a long-term legacy that collectively adds to my unique contribution to the world. Forever. It’s an amazing feeling when I remember to appreciate it.
On the other hand, it makes me a bit humble. Encourages me to remember what some of the panelists shared at the conference – Is what I’m posting of value? Does it have worth?
If the only way someone had to KNOW ME was through my blog, would it be someone worth knowing? I wonder. What would these words say about me as a person. That I’m passionate. Wordy. Follow a wide variety of interests. Lose my temper. Love my family. Try. Always.
In what ways has your blog renewed your hope? What does it mean to you that you’ll have a future undeniable? Incapable of being cut-off?