**I also want to note that I recently switched comment forms to Intense Debate. I just realized that I've not been getting notified of comments, and they haven't been where they normally would be! Intense Debate has been removed, and I am switching back to what I had previously! Sorry for any inconvenience!**
I try not to blog on Saturdays. It's one of those days that people are busy with families, getting things done, you know...all that fun stuff. It's early, early Saturday morning, I'm feeling sick with a sore throat and headache. I've got these thoughts on my mind, and figured "Hey! Bloggers read my blog, maybe they can help! Or at least send up some prayers!" So here's the deal...
I love blogging, and writing. At one point in high school I wanted to be a writer. I love sharing thoughts, pictures, and recording bits of my life. I also love sharing recipes, explaining how to cook, and my passion for certain things. I've recently realized that my blog is kind of directionless. I'm not a food blogger, not a religious blogger, not a DIY, home decor blogger. I'm just this girl, married to a guy, trying to live her dream with a bunch of animals running around. This coming year will usher in a lot of changes for me. Ideally more chickens, a large garden, turkeys, goats, butchering for the first time and all the added adventures of homemaking, etc. I'm extremely passionate about being a homemaker and housewife, but also tremendously passionate about better eating, and good cooking. I want to be the person people can go to if they are confused about how to clean the kitchen or cut an onion, or if they want to figure out how to raise food for their chickens. I also want to document thoughts I may have about God, or my marriage, or share pictures of some pictures I've taken.
So what do I do? Where do I and how do I direct this blog?! Should I just blog what I want to blog even though it could be about chickens one day and God the next? Or should I organize it in another way? Thank you all so much for any and all ideas, and for your prayers!