Friday, December 31, 2010

A Look Back on the Past Year


Looking back upon the year 2010, I see a life-changing year.  For starters, it was the year I turned the big 3-0 and I was able to stop my myriad of illnesses and pain by understanding the mind/body connection and you can read about that life-changing event here.  It truly was the year that I got healing for my past abuse.  Since then, God has helped me understand and deal with why I do certain things, think the way I do about some things and how to stop dwelling upon my failures.

This was also the year of getting on a better routine and more organized.  I look back and see how far I've come and it just keeps getting better each year.  Homeschool was less stressed and more fun as I learned to not carry over my perfectionistic tendencies to rest upon on my daughter.  I'm a work in progress on letting it go a bit too!

This was also the year I came back to blogging in April after getting over (once again lol) what others thought about me.  I came to the realization that there are those bent on hating me, criticizing me only because they are the same dull, lifeless, never doing anything people.  Why would we let our critics stop us from doing something that can be a tool in God's hand?  So this was a year that I said "here I am and if you don't like it, that's too bad" lol.  Seriously folks......my life has been better, happier and more blessed since winning that battle.  I fully accept that this blog comes with haters and I'm willing to bear the gossip/slander about myself to be a blessing to just one person and also I get a blessing from knowing that there are like-minded women out there like myself.

Here are some of my posts from this past year:
  1. A Mother's Proper Balance
  2. Attention Hogs
  3. Blog-Land Spirit of Elitism
  4. 10-year Anniversary Letter from my Husband ;-)
  5. Technology Shapes our Personality? Tech Addicts?
  6. What Example Have we Given?
  7. Life Decisions: What Do You Value?
  8. Who in the World Isn't on Facebook?
  9. The Hypersocialized Generation 
  10. Training Children - Purity
  11. That the Word of God Be Not Blasphemed
  12. Stop the InSTUFFity
  13. It's All About Me
  14. Get Real
  15. Nothing Shall Offend Them

Series:
  1. Whose Bread are You Chewing On? Part 1
  2. Whose Bread are You Chewing On? Part 2
  3. Whose Bread are You Chewing On? Part 3


One word about this past year would be: LIFE CHANGING!

Also, having heard Pastor Davis apologize to all last night, it inspired me to do the same.  If I have wronged anyone, hurt anyone, offended anyone or whatever - please forgive me!  I'm truly sorry and it most likely wasn't intentional, just that I'm an imperfect, ever-learning, maturing woman and I don't say or do everything right.  Thank you and blessings to you as you look back on this past year and see all that God has wrought in your life!

Philippians 3:13-14
Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before,
I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. 

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2 comments:

No Ordinary Me said...

I am so glad you year was so full of blessings!!!! I pray for you my sweet sister a great Year this YEAR! Even when we have hardships it is still a great year, because we have a GREAT GOD who is there holding our hands.

Christian Homekeeper said...

Thanks so much Chrissy! :-)

Bev

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