Ancora imparo. (I am still learning.)
– Michelangelo

Dear Readers,

During Holy Week, I was delighted to learn that I had reached a new milestone – I have written over 500 blog posts! I didn’t want to interrupt the Lenten and Holy Week meditations, but today I would like to thank you for reading, following, and encouraging me. I especially thank God for the grace given in the often surprising inspiration, correction, and creativity as I write. My prayer is always that I will have blessed you with a timely insight, a spirit-led challenge, or a comforting reminder of God’s love.

Looking back to my earlier years, I know I have learned so much along the way – which makes me ever mindful that I will have much to learn in the next 500 writings! Even as this is a milestone to celebrate, I hope this also serves as a starting point for better reflection and writing.

My passion and purpose for writing continues to be a heartfelt longing to listen and watch for God’s loving movement in my life. Although my topics may vary, I hope that my experiences and the insights gleaned from them may help everyone to know that we are greatly beloved by God, and that God is actively present and working in our lives to bring growth and goodness.

My site is free of ads or revenue-making venues, offered freely to any who would like to follow. If you have appreciated my writing and know of someone else who might, will you please share my site with them?

Thank you!
Karen 😀

For last year’s words belong to last year’s language
And next year’s words await another voice.
And to make an end is to make a beginning.

(Little Gidding) ― T.S. Eliot


  1. I believe writing (in any way, shape or form He chooses) is what you are called to do, Karen. I haven’t found the time to reply to any (maybe one?) Lenten blog because I found myself really engrossed and digging into each one separately… having my own little private bible study, with you as the leader. I got behind on the first one!! And to be honest…still working thru the last one. I just told myself last Sunday was Easter so I’m actually doing very well 🙂
    You are a talented, Godly, treasured woman. I thank God for sharing you with me/us!!


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