I really do have good intentions when it comes to blogging. And, yes, I do know where good intentions lead. LOL! Edie Melson always inspires me to get back to blogging, and she's right. It's a great way to connect with people.
Perhaps I'm trying too hard to make blogging work.
I think I'm trying to make it like writing an essay for class, instead of making it a conversation. So I'm trying to change that. Some of my blogs may turn out like essays, but some may be more like this one...a conversation about what's going on in my life.
I should blog about my passions, and, of course, one of my passions is writing. That's one reason I chose "Hurt the Bunnies" as this blog's name. I love to write, to create stories about fun and interesting characters (that grow into people I love), as well as to research and learn new facts, and then relate them in a fun and interesting way to readers. I love to teach others how to write, to share my knowledge and see the articles and stories that my students write. I love to edit, to help shape an article or story into something that will sell. I love to sell books, sharing my favorites with customers. I love to read!
Another passion of mine is animals. I love all of God's creatures...with the exception of roaches. I absolutely can't stand cockroaches. They have no redeeming quality that I can see, and I think it would take an almost impossible amount of convincing to change my mind. Nope. Nothing will change my mind about roaches.
Kids are another passion. I really enjoy them, whether I'm teaching them, writing for them, or just playing with them. I thoroughly enjoyed my boys when they were growing up (okay, I still enjoy them!). But I've discovered an incredible new love...that love I have for my grandchildren. It's so hard to explain why I have such a tremendous amount of love for them, so I won't. I'll just enjoy them.
I have a passion for Jesus and am so thankful that He gave His life so that I can live mine, knowing that I'll have eternal life in Heaven with Him. It's another hard to explain passion and love. I want to learn more and more about Jesus, about God, and I want to share what I've learned with others.
Man, I have lots of passions, don't I?
What are you passionate about?