Here are five things about me, in case you want to know.
1. I am a middle-aged dork
2. I am married to a very patient woman
3. I enjoy a good romantic comedy
4. I am a huge fan of British TV
5. Cooking breakfast on Saturdays is something I really like doing.
We love Call The Midwife and Mr. Selfridge. They are appointment TV every Sunday. Both shows tell great stories of faith and fashion. I also love me some Jeremy Piven too.
This Buddha greets us at the Red Ginger Bistro Chinese and Japanese restaurant which is a popular place for lunch and dinner that is not far from our house, work and church.
I have been impressed by what I have seen here the past few days. WordPress has some great people doing some great stuff online. I do have some questions about your experiences.
1. How often do you post? I tend to post a lot when I see things that inspire me. So its not uncommon for me to post 10 or more times in a day, is that too much? Is WordPress meant for fewer, more thought out posts?
2. The writers here are different than on Tumblr. I see a lot of indepth posts about various topics. My posts aren’t very long and that comes from my prior experiences with blogging.
3. What are your overall experiences with WordPress as a place where you can be social and develop connections with other bloggers? I have made friendships with people on other platforms like Multiply and now with Tumblr, What can I expect here?
If you have any other information you would like offer please do. Your perspective and opinion is appreciated. Thank you for all those who have connected with me in my very short time here.
Perhaps the Sunday after Easter is as important as Easter itself. It is a response to what a believer heard the Sunday before. Being in a community of faith is important not just at Easter and Christmas.
Some of the best baked goods ever in a small town in east Tennessee, located in Tellico Plains.