In case you need caught up, 2014 was epic. I couldn’t leave 2014 without a bird’s eye view of the entire year.
In January, we literally started the year off with a bang. I totaled our van. It should have been the first sign that the year was going to find a path of its own.
I also posted this Easy Cheesy Potato Soup recipe. I am still getting messages that it’s a winner in readers’ homes.
In February, I discussed the challenge to live the Gospel most to the people under your own roof.
I also talked about how we stick to the envelope budgeting system without cash.
In March, I broke down a Psalm describing 4 profiles of the redeemed of the Lord: the lost, the addicted, the rebellious and the worker.
Later that month, God used that post and the book Battlefield of the Mind to free me of my own addictions in Green Pastures.
In April, I shared 3 things I learned from a 5th grade talent show.
I took a bit of a blogging break in May, but posted one essay on how I came to terms with working out of the home. It’s my yes in my mess.
In June, I wrote one of the most popular posts of the year Three Ways to Dig Yourself Out of a Funk
We adopted in the summer so most of the rest of year were posts related to our adoption.
Most popular for July was the day we met Jac0b.
In August, you got to meet Jac0b.
And then the famous Three Feathers story.
In September, I documented how I saw Love on the Move.
I also did a series on Eagle Feathers.
- Day 1 of Eagle Feathers: Plucking the Bad Ones
- Day 2 of Eagle Feathers: Parenting the Eaglets
- Day 3 of Eagle Feathers: Facing the Storm
- Day 4 of Eagle Feathers: Friends in the Valley
- Day 5 of Eagle Feathers: The Cleansing
In December, I talked about hearing Jac0b referring to me as “my Mom” for the first time.
And of course, I shared all the details on our finalization day.
2014 certainly was a year of both trials and blessings. So thankful God was so close this year and I hope for more of the same in 2015. Happy New Year, friends!