Grace & Truth for Christian Bloggers
I’ve talked to several authors and bloggers who have had trouble writing over the past several months.
With everything going on, they have had trouble focusing.
As an introverted mother of four with migraines, I totally relate.
As an added bonus, my mom came to visit this month. It’s been great.Grace and truth for the blogger who finds themselves struggling in the silence. Click To Tweet
However, when I came across Linda’s blog post, “In Praise of Dormant Bloggers” in the link up, I felt a small twinge of guilt. I’ve missed more than one deadline since distance learning started in March.
But guilt was the furthest thing from Linda’s mind when she wrote her post. In fact, whether you are in a dry spell or a fountain of words, I highly recommend checking it out.
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In Praise of Dormant Bloggers
P.S. In addition to Linda’s post, my fellow Candid Gal, Valerie Riese, also wrote an open letter of encouragement to faith bloggers. You can download it here.
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good morning, Heather!
what fun to find In Praise of Dormant Bloggers here this morning!
the timing is perfect since I’m about to go dormant this coming week. family is coming to call and I can’t wait to be all together again. 6 months is a long time to be apart from 6 grandkiddos.
Thank you so much for this post, Linda! I have talked to so many writers who have been encouraged by it. You are such a blessing.
Linda, this is beautiful. I hope everyone who links up takes the time to read your post and consider that times of still fingers might be a time designated by God to be still with him. Thanks so much for linking up with us.
Yes and Amen!!
I so appreciated Linda’s post too! Well, everything Linda writes. 🙂 She’s one of those bloggers and friends who I really resonate with time and again. Thanks for highlighting her post.
And kudos to you for ever meeting a deadline with four kids and migraines. I don’t know how you do it, Heather!