I interrupt The Seismic Seven blog series to post a ginormous THANK YOU to each of you readers!
Four years ago today, I had an impulsive idea (are there any other KIND?) to start a blog. I wrested with the concept and the name, but in the end decided on The Beggar’s Bakery – a nod to the quote by D.L. Niles that “Christianity is one beggar telling another beggar where to find bread.”
That’s the whole goal of this blog – to tell you where I found it. I’ve no idea how to tell you to butter it, or if it’s ‘gluten free.’ No pretenses – I just tell you where I partook and how it saved my life.
Many posts are recovery-oriented because you should write what you know. I’m still not sure I know how to do recovery “right,” but I’m happy to share my sincerest and often jacked-up musings on the subject.
From substance abuse recovery – which colors at least a little of everything in my life – to parenting young adults (those musings are especially jacked-up) and true cat appreciation….from marriage to my affinity for all-things-FOOD, this is the venue in which my life is an Open Book.
That anyone would take the time to read it still amazes me. I am extraordinarily ordinary. And HONORED beyond words that you would take the time to read this blog. So thank you for doing that. Keep coming back to the bakery ❤
Thank you, thank you, thank you – from the bottom of my heart.
Here’s to many more years of blogosphere craziness!
In His Love,
9 thoughts on “The Beggar’s Bakery Turns 4!”
I love reading your blog. Keep writing!
Thank you so much! And I shall (I don’t think I could stop now if I tried!) 🙂
It is all good and there is a reason why we start blogging. I told my sister this week it is done because we have a way to share what ever it is that drives us. Your is so unique. Thanks for sharing what you have and please don’t stop.
Thanks for as you say being an open book.
Can’t operate any other way. 🙂 Thanks for reading!
What an utterly kind thing to say, Howard. THANK YOU! God bless you and your blog as well!
CONGRATULATIONS!! I love you sweet friend and you’ve done amazing work. Keep it up:)
Thank you so very much, sweet Meg! That means so, so much to me. Love you ❤
Thank you, love! YOU do amazing work, too!