Stay tuned…

Thanks for coming out! There’s no formal post this week, as I am taking a little break to try and gather some inspiration… stay tuned. We’ll be back again soon with more musings about the urban garden, spring life and the continuing lockdown saga. Blessings!

Re-Runs

Welcome back to another week in quarantine. I am afraid not much has been happening at home worth writing about — and sorry to say — I am feeling a little bit lack in the motivational bucket for blogging this week. Over the last two and a half years of mittonmusings.com, I’ve written just shy of 95 000 words. Not to mention the countless hours of research and tweaking to get just the right photos and just the right word. I’ve learned lots about technology, social media, hashtags and all the other stuff that goes along with “blogging”. But — a girl should get a holiday now and then, yes? So, let’s pretend it is summer holidays and all you get is re-runs.

Here are the links for some of my favourite posts — perhaps they will be “new” to you or inspire you differently this time around. Feel free to share them around, follow along or check out my socials for more… see ya’ll next week!

  1. Lost Socks… and How to Love Them
  2. How to be a Superhero
  3. Childhood Chocolate Chip Cookies
  4. They Say that an Elephant Never Forgets
  5. Emily
  6. Spiritual Awakenings at the Grand Canyon
  7. Why Disney is Better than the Bible
  8. Blogging from the Heart
  9. Rainbows
  10. Feelin’ all the Feels

An Update from Us

By now, many of you have received numerous emails and notifications from your school board, local grocery store, coffee shop, government official and maybe even church body, about what they are doing to ensure the safety and wellbeing of you and your community during this COVID-19 Crisis. We bloggers have the unique advantage that our community is always online. But, we are community nonetheless. In my short time blogging, I have come to know many of you as “friends” as well as followers. I have been encouraged by your comments and shares and likes. True, we are socially distant, but we are certainly not isolated. Technology has allowed us the benefit of meeting together each week, sharing and growing as a community. We’ve never had to stop learning because of our distances apart.

Photo credit:Katemangostar

And so, this is my message to you, during these unprecedented times, on behalf of mittonmusing.com. Obviously, I don’t have to reduce my hours or close my doors during this time, and I’m not losing revenue because this is not that kind of blog. What I am doing, is reaching out to encourage you in these weird and uncertain days, to assure you that even across the internet, people care! My feeds are flooded with posts about small businesses and live feeds and Bible verses — we are doing our part to share and uplift, especially in these tough times.

Please know that I am thinking about you… my community all over the world. In your dark places, and in times of fear, as well as the times where you’ve done your part and been a light to someone else’s world. As you go into this next week, I hope you’ll stay tuned in to mittonmusings. Our last (-ish) colouring party post will come out on Tuesday, and we’ve got tricks and tips up our sleeves to help you pass some time during your “self isolation”. Maybe you are an introvert like me and are doing great all alone at home — encourage others with some of our Blessings… or try one of our book reviews. We’ve mused about lots of things over the years, and maybe this blog was made for just such a time as this.

Keep watching our socials for updates and news!

Oh! I almost forgot! An update on our “I Still Believe” movie… our winner was chosen (congratulations!) but the virus has closed down the cinemas for now… However… the internet strikes again!! Starting March 25th, they will be releasing “I Still Believe” on demand — which means our whole community will be able to view this great movie! Apple TV, Amazon and YouTube etc. will be streaming it for a short period of time… so stay tuned or watch for it on your favourite outlet! If there has ever been a time for a hope and faith filled family movie — it’s now when you’re stuck at home with all the kids!

Stay safe. Wash your hands. Know that God is in control and He loves you. Be at peace, share joy, and thanks for following the adventure, as part of my community!