It’s neither Monday, nor Thursday — the days I usually post. But while I’m waiting, waiting, waiting for the last of the kinks to work out before switching my blog to a new self-hosted site, I haven’t been posting here. (I’m trying not to create more work for my website designer who is frantically putting on the final polish.)
I promise I’ll be back in full swing as soon as everything is up on the new site.
In the meantime, however, let me fill you in on where I’ve been and what I’ve been doing!
6 Questions to Ask about Your Marital Intimacy: I’m guest posting today on the fabulous Sheila Gregoire’s blog, To Love, Honor & Vacuum, with questions to ask about how your married sex life is going. Be sure to click over there and see how you would answer.
31 Days to a Better Marriage: For the month of October, Jolene Engle of Alabaster Jar is hosting a 31-day blogging marathon with many lovely women contributing tips on improving your marriage. My post is already turned in, and I’ll let you know here when it goes live. In the meantime, click over to Jolene’s post and check out who will be participating. Unfortunately, I am the only contributor listed there with a blog logo instead of a photo. I probably should have offered this picture instead:
|Yep, that’s me!|
Ebook on the way: I’ve got an ebook in the works, featuring sexual intimacy tips for your marriage, from a Christian perspective. There are plenty of secular sources for how-tos, but they are often littered with values that don’t represent God’s design for marriage. So I’m throwing my own book into the ring. Look for a fall release! (And plan your Christmas list accordingly. *wink*)
Praying for health: The other thing that has complicated the last couple of weeks is an illness that started as a small cold and grew to a torrent of coughing and hacking and bruising my lungs. I’m almost over it, but you know how illness can throw a wrench into the wheel of your plans. I’m reworking my calendar and getting back in the groove, but I’d love for the last of this coughing to cease. So I’m praying for full health…soon.
Blessings to all of you for a lovely week! And feel free to share what you’ve been doing lately. I love to hear from readers!