Thursday, April 12, 2012

Building Relationships Through Blogging

Hey my friends!

I am doing my first guest post today with the lovely Kristin at the Simply Klassic Home

Kristin asked what I am most passionate about when it comes to blogging.  Boy, that was an easy thing for me to answer.  I am most passionate about sharing my faith and developing relationships with other women.

We both invite you to head over to Kristin’s blog and read what I and a lot of other women are having to say about blogging.

See you there…


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13 comments:

Jennifer L. Griffin said...

Hi Amy, I thoroughly enjoyed your post at Simply Klassic Home today. Your sweet heart and love for the Lord shone through more than anything else! I appreciate your reminder of thankfulness, too. I've always sent an e-mail reply but have also been trying to faithfully visit my commenters' blogs for the past several weeks as well. You're right, that bit of extra effort does make a big difference!

Becky C said...

I so enjoyed reading your post at Kristin's blog! Anyone who follows along your blog knows your heart and passion is the Lord & your sweet family! I love your expert advice on building relationships through blogging...after all, that's how I found YOU :)
Love to you all

Farmgirl Cyn said...

I know all too well how important blogger friends are....some of my best friends are ones I have never met face to face, yet they are here for me. Through all we have been through in the past two years, I have had these friends send gifts, checks, cards, and most importantly, prayers my way. Someday we WILL meet, though it might be in heaven!
Excellent blog post...you never know what a simple comment means to someone...

Kristin said...

That was a great post Amy!
And you do a wonderful job in you blogging welcome.
Also in your encouraging comments.
Not to mention your fantastic decor!
God bless.
Love, Kristin

Christy Q @ SchnauzerCrafts Creations said...

Hi - I enjoyed reading your post over at Kristin's earlier today and it was so refreshing and insightful. Thank you for sharing it and being a shining witness for our gracious and merciful God. I have added you to my Google Reader and look forward to seeing what you share - even though the theme of our blogs couldn't be more different (papercrafting and home decor), I so love to visit those who have fantastic decor and interesting perspectives on decor. Something I can only aspire to someday! :-) I love seeking inspiration from others. Love what I see on your blog so far!

Doreen - Hymns and Verses said...

Amy,

Just came to visit your blog from Simply Klassic Home. I'm so thankful to Kristen for this series. I'm a brand new blogger and trying to find my way in this big blog world! Thanks for sharing your lovely home and your love for the Lord!

Doreen

Bonnie @ Uncommon said...

Beautiful post at Simply Klassic Home Amy! it means so much to get comments from others, words mean so much! Thank you for expressing this so well! :)

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Amy- read your post. It was a great article.
(as always) {smile}

The welcome mat is truly always open here-- and I always feel welcome when I visit you.

-Pat

Something Nice and Pretty said...

Hi Amy! I just found your blog at Our Adventures in Home Improvement's sidebar, love how you decorate and was excited to see your leather couch as we are thinking of buying one! I'm now following you on GFC and Linky Follower, now I'm going over to read your post:) Have a great day and boy, is the sun shining here in Pa!


Rondell♥

susan@avintagefarmwife said...

Just had a chance to read your post on Simply Klassic Home. You sound like a sweetie! I appreciated your thoughts and agree with you totally. Kindness always matters!

middle child said...

Just stopping by to say I loved your comment on Kim's post about the pillow. You are too funny!

middle child said...

Just came here to tell you I love the comment you left on Kim's post about pillows. You are too funny!

Laura @ cookiecrumbsandsawdust.blogspot said...

Just read your post at Klassic Amy. Thanks for the thoughts.

Newbie,
Laura