This post is for all you big-time blog readers, with a special shout-out to the locals.
Question for you: How many blogs have you read today?
And now for the follow-up question: How many comments have you left?
I ask this question because, generally speaking, we blog-reading types tend to read far more posts than we ever comment upon, and as a blog-reading, blog-writing type, I can tell you in no uncertain terms…
Those comments can really make one’s day.
You may not think that your words make a difference, but they do. You have the power to carry Christ to someone else–to offer verbal encouragement in the form of a “hey” and to lift up a momma’s lonely heart.
May I ask you to leave a comment today? Not on my blog–I’m closing comments so you can go somewhere else–and not on one of those big, mega-mommy blogs that generate comments by the dozens.
I’m talking about a little ol’ mom with a little ol’ blog…
For whom an unexpected comment might make all the difference.
And now, a directive to all you locals: If you can make it down to Lanesboro before the close of the camping season–whether in a tent for the weekend or for the day with your bikes–GO! The trails are hill-less and beautiful; and the pie at the end of it, amazing.
All of the photos from today’s post & yesterday’s post & the day before yesterday’s post were taken on our ONE camping trip of the season.
Goodness, it restored my soul.