Lest I leave you without any sort of parting knowledge, I am going to share with you some things that are upcoming in my life. Well, as upcoming as I can actually tell at this point. I'm not guaranteed any amount of time on this earth, but if the Lord grants me time, I will--to the best of my ability--do at least some of these things in the next little bit:
1: Continuing working as the video editor on the now feature program of GBN.
2: Start conducting/planning ladies devotionals at EH.
3: Read The Help.
5: Start a new blog.
I know, I know. I'm quitting a perfectly nice blog to start a brand new blog? It seems so lame. And maybe it is. Maybe I could just quit with all the crazy, out there, irrelevent posts one day and start with meaningfully awesome ones the next. To me, though, it seems like it would be easier to tuck this precious little immature blog to bed, and start fresh with a new, grown up blog.
I'm not sure how long the hiatus between blogs will be. But I do know my new blog will be something like this: a mix between my tumblr (preachy) and my typepad (random). I want the theme to be Christian living, and that's it. I want it to chronicle my life as a preacher's wife, a Christian, a newlywed, and everything in between. Mostly, though, I want it to be Christ-centered and Christ-themed. After all, that is what I want my entire life to be about. And while I like to joke around and have fun (which has pretty much been the entirety of this blog, has it not?), I am ready to move on to something a little more serious and a little more grown up.
I will miss blogging about my stupid adventures, my random playlist epiphanies, and pictures of my European adventures, but I doubt I'll miss it much. I mean, at first sure. Later, though, I think I'll be quite content to just live in my little preacher wife world, trying to figure out how to make dinner for 2 instead of a million like most recipes call for, and how to be a better Christian in this difficult and selfish world.
Maybe you won't even miss reading my blog. Maybe you rarely read it anyway. Whatever your status is as a reader (first time or lifelong, dedicated friend), you will be missed. When I sit at my computer, I envision you. No, not you personally, but you as a whole. I think about people so bored that they resort to finding my little page and peering into my weird little life. I think about how strange you must think I am and how much you must just want me to shut up sometimes. Well, my friends, the time has come. The time when I finally stop blabbering and rambling and going on crazy-weird tangents. The time has come for me to say goodbye to my typepad.
I will see you on the other side--you know, when I'm blogging on a brand new website under a brand new name with a brand new agenda. Until then, my friends. It's been real.
Take care then, buh-bye now.
*Also, did anyone else notice I ended my blog on Friday the 13th? Anyone else creeped out by that? No? Just me?