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Wow, it’s been a crazy year.
Honestly, the me who started 2011 is not the same me who is finishing it. I’ve had a rough year, a good year, and an overall humbling year.
I can’t begin to describe the changes I’ve gone through since the year started, but all i can say us that I’m thankful for the people in my life to help me through it all.
My friends who I call family are amongst the most amazing people I’ll ever know and I’m thankful for them.
Ending out this year I’ve taken the past couple weeks for personal reflection.
I don’t deserve all the blessings I’ve received and I need to become more humble in just about every area. Honestly, I haven’t been myself in a very long time and this coming year I hope to change that.
It’s time the world got a dose of the real me and it’s time I reach my fullest potential. This is a promise to God, you, and to myself that 2012 is not only going to be a year to seek my hopes and dreams, but also a year to honor God with everything that I am.
I accept the things of my past and I will use these lessons I’ve learned in the depths of my heart to fuel the fire and consume the world with the passion that He has given me.
I hope you all have a blessed holiday and an even better year in 2012!
May God bless you and keep you and may you never walk away when times get tough, but hold onto the truth you’ve found in our Lord and Savior!
cmiperson asked: If I was 15 years old and my science teacher asked me a question that inquired me to know the atomic mass of a raisin, how long would I have been logged on to twitter?