Adieu to WordPress

20 01 2012

I tried out wordpress for a while, but now I’ve decided I once again lik Blogspot better. So I’ve migrated there now and started a new blog. (If you couldn’t guess, I enjoy a bit of change now and again).

So, hop along this link path to my new blog, still titled “Heartlight”.

It’s pretty, it’s pink, and it’s got butterflies! what could be better, I ask? Ok, ok, maybe a lot of things. 😉

Bye, bye,





10 responses

21 01 2012

Hehe, methinks the laughterlight blog is prettier!

Love, your sis

22 01 2012

I looooove you!!! 🙂

22 01 2012
Maellen Blodgett

I tried to comment on your new blog, but it wouldn’t let me enter the verification word. 😦 It IS pretty though!! 😉

22 01 2012

Oh dear! Petra tried to leave a comment also, with the same results. Hmm, I’ll have to work on that. So sorry! I’m glad you think it’s pretty, though. 🙂

23 01 2012

Ok, Mrs. Blodgett. I think I resolved the comment issue on my other blog. Thanks for lettin’ me know.

23 01 2012
Maellen Blodgett

Okay- I’ll give it a shot! 🙂

23 01 2012
Maellen Blodgett

Oh dear- I’m sorry, but it still isn’t working…. Here is what I was going to say:

I typically don’t make New Year Resolutions either, however if I were to make one, it would be to try to be more in tune to the Lord. To hear His voice better by being in the Word even more and through prayer. I love your idea of being as easy to please as a child! Isn’t it so true that children delight in the simplest of things? Oh to see the world like a child! Having children certainly does help. The first time they see their shadow or a butterfly is priceless! We need to not get bowled over by our plans not always coming to fruition, and allowing the Lord to do as He wills in our lives. YES! ❤

25 01 2012

Sorry yet again. 😦 I changed more settings and Petra tried it again. It seems to be working. Dare I think it?!! Love your comment.

28 01 2012

That is so true. I’m also trying to take more joy in the Bible and my prayer life. I’m having one of those times when I’m suddenly realizing just how many things I’m doing wrong and how much I need to let God work on me. I can be such an arrogant person sometimes. He is so good. I’m also going to really work on not complaining. Hey, if God doesn’t want me to do something or have an experience, any protest I make is dishonoring to Him. Thank you for commenting. 🙂

29 01 2012
Maellen Blodgett

Ah yes. We can all fall into that trap. Look up. Trust in Him. Get your joy from Him. Let the Lord direct your steps! ❤

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