Yay! People

Thanks for following me! As I prep for vacation I notice that my followers have slowly risen to over 500, I hope to continue my #failedsermontitles series which are thoughts towards my sermon for the week, upon my return. And perhaps even review some of the books I read over vacation 😉

1 Year Later: “…

1 Year Later: “On the 15th of May in the Jungle of Nool, in the heat of the day, in the cool of the pool. He was splashing…enjoying the jungle’s great joys when Horton the elephant heard a small noise…”

Last year on Horton hears a who day, Katy-who put forth her first “Yop” in the form of a post on WordPress. I wanted a place to talk about my practical theology, I wanted a place to think through (in my verbal-processor way) my deep and not so deep thoughts on life, the universe and everything. My topics tend to express my life as it is–covering theology, parenting, technology, fantasy, love and money. It doesn’t (yet) cover my deep need to engage more with the arts, it doesn’t discuss self-care or yoga or cute stories from my children (my parenting thoughts have been more philosophical). So there is room to grow, there is more to me than I’ve been letting myself do. But so far my 171 posts in 365 days (some of them being reblogs from other wise people) have had 2, 228 views and 92 followers. That is a post every 2 to 3 days, approx 13 views per post, and about 1 follower for every post I’ve made…

What else is to say but thank you. Thank you for journeying with me…..
Each contribution you have made–whether it was a read or a like, has helped!
For After All
“A person’s a person no matter how small!”

15th of May

Thank you to all of my followers. In the last week I’ve gotten the most likes in one day, a bizillion views (ok, not a technical number but you get it) and I’ve reached 50 followers! Love sharing with you all!!!

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