As you may have noticed, I haven’t written here in quite a while. Thankfully, I’m alive and well – just writing more in image than in words. Perhaps I shall post images in the future but, for now, I’m too busy making them. 🙂
It is also quite possible that God has decided that I have said enough. I am always willing to write for Him but nothing seems to take hold. An idea passes through my mind…and, before I know it, it is gone.
The purpose of this note is to let you know of a change to my little photography blog, O Holy Earth, that some of you have been kind enough to follow. If you think I’ve neglected this blog, I’ve neglected that one even worse! No posts for more than 1.5 years! Therefore, to save a bit of money, I’ve decided to give up the domain name (gasp) that cost me $18/year.
Rest assured that you are welcome to visit that blog anytime you want. However, it has a new, free address: https://oholyearth.wordpress.com/. If you want to be notified of any new posts there, feel free to become an email follower at the site. I have no plans to post anything there – but I have no plans to not post anything there either.
It is all up to God. My life belongs to Him and He may do with me what He wills. I trust that it is all for the good.
While contemplating this decision, I re-read some of my posts at O Holy Earth and was moved by them – moved by how much God has given me over the years. Thanks to be to Him for all of the Beauty – the beauty of the earth and of you, dear readers.
Please pray for me as I pray for you.
(Note: I continue to pay the big bucks for this blog – to keep the domain name and make sure the blog is ad-free. It is too close to my heart to consider anything else – even if God’s plan is for me to remain silent…)
Thanks Mary. The future beckons.
Thanks for the update. I’m going to visit your photography blog. God bless.
It’s awkward for me to say
That I have neglected to pray
Often, but I do think of you
Now and then, and continue
To look for these messages,
In bright pictures or pages,
Of words that lift my heart
In ways so extraordinary
That it’s hard to say, very
Hard. But here’s a way to start:
I’ll continue to visit with you here
Often, and pray for you, Mary dear.
And pray with you too, “on behalf of all, and for all.”
Thank you all for your kind comments. You make me want to write! But I know if I try to make it happen on my own, it will not be fruitful. I must listen and wait for God to speak in my heart.