On my way out of church with my family yesterday I happened to notice this little flower bed right outside the door. I’m not sure when they installed this but I’ve been going to the same church for about 20 years now and have never […]
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It’s hard for me to believe but this weekend will mark my 3 month blogiversary. I’m not gonna lie I feel a little proud for keeping up with it for this long. Someone told me when I first started that many blogs don’t make it past two months so it feels like a small victory. The last three months I have found myself getting sucked into to everything blog whether it is social media, participating in linky parties, taking pictures, jotting down ideas, researching, or reading other blogs. While it has been overwhelming it has also been a lot of fun and motivated me to learn about a lot of new things.
I’ve spent a lot of time playing around with different WordPress themes and I have to tell you I’m so indecisive that I don’t think I’ll ever be truly happy with any of them. Although this may be because of my quest to not pay for a theme (I’m being cheap I know). Finding the right sharing button’s has also been hard for me. If anyone knows of a good sharing button that will publish your featured photo along with the link I would greatly appreciate you sharing which one you use.
Some things that I have really enjoyed doing:
Looking into the future I am trying to set some small goals for my blog
What goals have you set for yourself? What is your favorite social media platform? What struggles and triumphs have you had while starting a blog?
Over the weekend we had the opportunity to go visit some family and have some new adventures. In the town that we visited there was an arboretum that had seriously amazing things to check out. This picture is of a planter of succulents that was turned into a kaleidoscope. It was one of the coolest things I have ever seen. The planter was set to spin around while there were four kaleidoscopes fixed on the outside that people could look through as you spun the planter around. As a kid I remember thinking that kaleidoscopes were really cool but I really appreciated how this one was using something found in nature and that you could reach out and touch. My toddler was a little to young to understand the concept but the rest of us couldn’t take our eyes off of it.
Thanks for stopping by! I’ll see you next Sunday.