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Favorite Posts of 2015

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Don't forget to make plans to link up your book reviews and/or recommendations on Thursday, January 14!  It's time we create our reading list for 2016!

Yesterday I blogged my 2015 Year in Review (click here), and I had so much fun going back and trying to highlight each month in just a couple of pictures.  I had forgotten that it snowed in February (I thought January), got to look back at the building progress each month on our home, and really see how much we have to celebrate and be thankful for.

Because I'm linking up today for a Favorites 2015 Edition, I wanted to pick out my 5 FAVORITE posts of 2015!  These were not picked because of page views--although each of them did have a lot.  These are my favorite posts that I've written this year.  (Click on each title to read the post.)

Number FIVE


This post was so important to me because I felt that it was so important for people to attend a Secret Church simulcast.  Because I post my blog posts to my personal Facebook page, I knew this post would reach a lot of people from my town.  David Platt was going to be covering topics from his book Counter Culture, and I knew how imperative (and it still is!!) that Christians understand we are called to act on topics like abortion, orphans and widows, sex slavery, poverty--not just the topic of homosexuality that lots seem to only focus on.  I hope my post from February encourages you to attend a 2016 simulcast!


Number FOUR



This post detailed a normal work day for me.  Nothing special but still special at the same time.


Number THREE



You can tell from this post how much my wedding was like Kristen Saban's--except not!  I had fun writing this--I laughed when I proofed it--and I think it made other people laugh as well!  It's a great comparison between a "celebrity" wedding (I use that term loosely based on where you're from) and a normal wedding.


Number TWO




I started a new blog series in August and my friend Kristi let me do her home first!  This series has become my most popular, and I really think that it's because there are lots of people out there like me--people who like looking into other people's homes to get decorating ideas and tips!  I will take a break in January from this series but I will pick back up in February!


Number ONE




The first six months of marriage were a learning curve and now the first year and a half is still a learning curve!  I still need grace and need to learn how to give grace, and I know that's something I'll be learning my whole life.  I'm just thankful I have a great guy to do life with.

3 comments:

  1. Happy New Year! Love looking back on older posts I missed :)

    Christina :: Simple and Delish

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  2. What a wonderful year for your family! Can't wait to see what's in store for 2016!
    -Erin (No Bohns About It)

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  3. I have to go read your wedding "celebrity" post! What a unique idea!

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