Another theme throughout the book of Nehemiah that I have been learning about is the importance of community. I have learned that everyone has a vital part to play in the communities that they are involved in. It has been cool to watch God show me the different communities that I am apart of on a daily basis.
Hands down, one of my favorite communities is my blogging community!!
I am so thankful to be able to be a part of a community with all of you! When I began this blog I was doing it for myself, so that I could have a way to document my struggles with weight loss and maintenance. However, God has taken this blog and used it in ways that I never imagined! I enjoy reading your comments, emails, and interacting with you on Facebook and Twitter. I am thankful that many of you trust me enough to share your own weight loss stories and struggles with me. I want you to know that I do pray for you and will continue to do so as long as you need it.
Because we are all a part of the same community, I feel like I need to remind you of something:
My due date is in 25 days!!
I want you all to know that during this time that I am adjusting to being a new Mom, I will need to put blogging on hold. I do not know that I will stop blogging completely, but at first my posts will be few and far between. I would love to continue to hear from you through comments and email. Please keep in mind that I will not be able to respond to you very quickly, because I am at home busy with a newborn.
I am going to miss blogging so much!! Do not worry though, because I will be back!!
After Olivia is born, I will be on another weight loss journey of my own. I am thankful that I do not have to go on this journey by myself. I am so excited to be able to share my journey with all of you during the coming months!
Even though I will not be blogging as much you can still keep up with me through my Living a Changed Life Facebook page and Twitter. During this time, please pray for me as I adjust to life as a new Mom!!
What communities are you apart of regularly? What can you do to have a positive impact on the communities that you are involved in?