1. Liz Gwynn

    Love you, Christie! I have enjoyed reading your blog over the last 18 months because it has made me feel more connected to you.
    I don’t read a lot of blogs, but the ones I find myself drawn to regularly are parenting ones (surprise, surprise). They seem to validate my daily life and make me feel ok about my struggles.
    So, for whatever that’s worth…
    Keep on keeping on! I’m very impressed by your dedication to your blog and writing.

  2. Larry

    I guess I should chime in more ? Although I feel I’m repeating myself because what I write you already have heard before! Being what I hope is your “better half” I enjoy reading your blog twice a week, I find out things that I miss at home at times. (Selective hearing?)
    You know I’ve supported everything you do, want to do, and plan to do, and your blog is certainly something that is you, and you continue to amaze me everyday .

  3. Cindy

    I’ll admit I’m part of your immediate circle, but I for one will really miss your blog if you chose to stop writing it. I’ve said it before, but I have something a little extra to look forward to on Tuesdays and Fridays! How’s that for self indulgent? “Do it for me!”?

    • Thank you, Cindy, for those kind words. I definitely plan to keep blogging–if only for you and me! 🙂 If there’s anything particular you’d like to read about, please let me know. Love you!

  4. Christie… I appreciate the honest reflection….. evaluation is important, yet difficult… I admire honesty/vulnerability/being “real”. I have been blogging for about 3 years and took on too much, too fast which led to burn out on several levels…. had to re-evaluate and find what works for me and doesn’t detract from my family, other responsibilities, and my health. I think it is a learning process over the years… like life! 🙂 I enjoyed reading your post and I am your newest follower. I found you on Wed. AIM Link Party. Keep on… and what a blessing to have affirmation from your husband… keep going.

  5. I found this post interesting! I’ve been blogging for a year and I can relate. Although, I do not tend to analyze things, so you brought something to my mind that I wouldn’t have thought about otherwise. Thanks for that!
    🙂 gwingal

  6. Jessica Macie

    I enjoy your blogs very much! I have noticed though they don’t pop up in my feed super regularly, even though I have you marked as see first! I wonder if facebook’s weird algorithm has something to do with maybe a lack of viability? I bet there are probably additional forums you can share them on to get them out to more people! They are certainly enjoyable blogs and I’d miss them if they went away! ♡

    • Thanks for that feedback Jessi. I am starting to do more research on SEO and ways to get my blog out there. If you want to be sure to receive notice each time a blog posts, enter your email address in the “Subscribe” box found in the right-hand column. Love you!

  7. Hi Christie,
    I came across your blog when I read your guest post on Donna’s site this weekend. That got me visiting your site and finding this post. Tomorrow night I’ll be putting up a post on my
    site, celebrating Profound Journey’s first birthday. I just had to write you, since what I have to say parallels your experiences so strongly. I’m enjoying the writing, the blog is still meeting my needs, but the small number of subscribers and limited commenting is wearing me out a bit.
    I appreciate your openness and honesty, Christie. I’ll look forward to reading, and commenting on, your posts in the future.

    • Welcome Karen. Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts. It is quite a journey, this blogging stuff. I’ll stop by tomorrow to help you celebrate your one year milestone.

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