Merry Christmas, readers!
Okay, I can’t believe 2015 is so advanced that I’m even saying those words, but what a year it’s been. I know sometime between Christmas and New Years, I along with everyone else will look over my shoulder at this wild, crazy, wonderful year. I think I’ll shake my head—in both amazement and “who knew-ment”—and then I’ll smile. I hope your year in review evokes a smile too.
Speaking of review, I’d like to say thank you to everyone who’s been a faithful reader this year. My hope has always been that, in sharing what is on my heart, I can encourage you, and so many times you have encouraged me with your comments, shares, likes, etc. Thanks for being a part of this wild year and this blog.
If you’re curious, here’s an overview of the top posts of 2015. As you can see, it was a mash-up of a topics!
#1: What No One Else Can Hear, a post about how God hears the melodies of our hearts.
#2: Clash of the Accents: Here vs. Hair, a dose of self-deprecation, aka “that embarrassing time when…”
#3: The Weird I Love, in which I wrote about the writers’ conference I attended and how normal we writers are not.
Thank you again for the time we’ve spent together this year. Wishing you a blessed Christmas season.
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