Happy New Year!!! This time last year, the Lord placed it on my heart to re-launch this blog by giving it a new site, and sharing messages He has placed on my heart. Although terrified of making this move, I had to be obedient. My only aim was to empower one woman to embrace her perfect imperfections, to practice self love, to heal from past hurts, to enter healthy relationships, and to understand how much God is crazy in love her.
Never did I imagine that men would actually follow and enjoy this blog.
Never did I imagine that I would receive so much love and support from doing what God told me to do.
Never did I imagine taking these messages and sharing them as a co-host of a radio show shortly after re-launching the blog.
Never did I imagine that my Instagram page would grow to close to 500 followers, and the blog’s Facebook page to grow to over 600 followers.
Lastly, never did I imagine that that there will be over 100 email subscribers to this blog.
So here we are one year later and you all are still showing love and support! The testimonies I have heard from some of you have been very humbling! I thank God for each of you who read this blog! I thank God that He has allowed me to be a vessel to touch the lives of so many. And I thank God for your patience with the timing of my posts…this can get challenging at times & the devil can be very crafty, but you all encourage me to keep the posts coming!
So as we end 2014, I wanted to share my annual report with you. These stats may not sound like much to some but I am a believer in celebrating each victory no matter how big or small! This was nothing that I ever imagined, and it shows me that 2015 is going to be bigger and better! I’m wishing you a prosperous and blessed New Year! Continue to embrace those perfect imperfections! The best is yet to come!!!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here's an excerpt:
A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,500 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people.