We all love a good blog.
Really. It’s just the nature of today’s culture.
But what is a good blog? Think about the writers that truly capture your attention and what it is that makes you keep going back for more. Most of the time you’ll find that what attracts you to a blog is not just the blog itself but what is captured within the essence of that blog.
The writer, who she is, what’s written about, the photographs used, the humor. All of it combined is what makes it so captivating! We enjoy reading blogs that speak to us – the ones that make us laugh, the ones that make us cry. We enjoy looking at their pretty pictures of normal, everyday people just living life. We adore the way they take every aspect of life and make it seem relevant, and how everything just seems to connect.
No one really wants to accept the ugly parts of life, the broken hearts and shattered dreams, but we understand that life isn’t compiled strictly of happy moments, coffee shops, and pretty dresses.
Just like a broken teacup still has a beautiful pattern in spite of its brokenness and like the pages of a story may reveal the teacup came to be shattered, our lives often have a similar path. We must allow one another into our lives in order for beauty and deeper meaning to come to life in spite of difficulties.
In fact, life is a story in which we each play our own leading roles. We must be willing to accept the fact that our own individual lives are neither more important or less glamorous than what we perceive others lives to be from the surface.
Our mission, then, is to connect with you. Not merely on the surface, not only through the beauty of life, but in spite of, and in, the broken pieces of what life often is.
This is a blog written specifically for you; a place you can connect to, a place where you can become part of a community of ladies who love modesty, a place for you to share ideas, thoughts, and favorite things. A place where your leading role in life can intersect with other leading ladies and join together as one. A place where life is addressed for what it is: a beautiful, God-given gift that should be shared with others who hold the same values and beliefs.
So live a connected life with us: