January 08, 2008

The Heart of the Matter


My first published article will appear in the Heart of the Matter today. It feels weird to write for someone else other than myself... but then, I felt like my article was written for me this time regardless of the deadline. It might as well have been posted here on my blog because it is a lesson I find God teaching ME right now.

The article I wrote is about the Garden of our Hearts... taking time to build heartstrings to connect us with the Lord, our husbands, and our children - despite our hectic schedules and our crazy homeschool lives. I hope you'll join me at Heart of the Matter for the rest of the story...

... and that you'll stick around to see the other talented writers and wonderful encouraging articles there. It is sure to bless your heart!

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Mama Squirrel said...

Congratulations--that's so exciting!

Sprittibee said...

Thanks! ;)



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