I am always considering what I will post for my next day…especially now since I am new and do not have posts written days ahead ready to go. I am working on them each and everyday often staying up in the night just to get them out.
Today my only goal was to have tomorrow’s post done before dinner. My mind went in many directions. There is a party going on this weekend that I plan to write about. I have had some great recipes over the past two weeks that I am excited to share. There is always something in the house that we are working on and can report on. But today I was a little melancholy. Honestly every day into blogging only shows me how much I do not know.
My Facebook analytics
likes, comments o
and I thought, really? I’m interacting on Facebook pages throughout the day and no one is coming to my page?
Then I stumbled upon a video through Facebook on using Facebook…this person had over 2 million people engaged. I was kind of dumbfounded. She was sweet and I loved her teaching but it didn’t change the fact that after 10 days I had no one read my posts. She was sharing things I couldn’t even find on my page to utilize.
Next I went to pinterest because I can usually find solace there. People are always repining my pins and following me. But somehow I ended up on another video of someone wanting to teach me about embedding on pinterest. So, there is more to learn there as well. Sigh.
Don’t even get me started on Instagram~I think I have one picture there at the moment. But I am signed up for a free webinar tomorrow to learn how to manage my blog with Instagram.
Then all of a sudden wandering around on the Internet sort of like being lost in a store, there was this:
It touched my heart so I searched a little deeper and found this:
me and this bear have a lot in common!
Little by little my melancholy over blogging lifted away. “I can make this work” she said, “all good things just take a little time.”
As I wrote this, the sun was literally breaking through the clouds and I had to shield my eyes.
I never had the chance to read Winnie the Pooh as a kid and obviously lost out on a lot of life’s treasured wisdom.
Think I’m gonna get me some pooh~ Debbie
Proverbs 16:24 Gracious words are a honeycomb, sweet to the soul and healing to the bones.
Did Pooh’s words lift your heart too? If they did, please share on FB, Pinterest, Twitter or Instagram. I would love to hear your thoughts.
UPDATE: My books arrived and a little Pooh Bear too!