As the name of my blog indicates, I spend a lot of time thinking about home. Of course, my Heavenly Home is the one that is eternal, so that’s where I need to lay up my treasures, and that’s the one I’m striving for. But in the meantime, I have been given this tiny piece of the here-and-now—this home on the edge of town, this family, this neighborhood—in which to serve Him. And, though this is in the earthly realm, I want the things that happen here to be investments in the Heavenly realm.




Monday, September 23, 2013

Coming in October...


I am gearing up for my third 31-day series!

Two years ago, I joined Nester and a gazillion other bloggers who wrote every day for the month of October. My first series was 31 Days to Make a House a Home.  Last October I was back at it and wrote 31 Days of Hospitality: Not to Impress, But to Bless.

It is quite a commitment to write for 31 days straight, especially if you tend to procrastinate and stay up late for a whole month getting posts ready to publish for the next day.  (Not that would know anything about that.) I considered omitting the 31-ness this year; I didn't think that I had another topic about which I could be enthused for 31 days straight! But over the summer an idea came to me...and I am totally excited about sharing my thoughts with you again this October!  





Yes, we'll be celebrating!  I'll be chatting away about holidays, birthdays, milestones, and everyday occasions. I'll be sharing recipes, a tutorial, easy tips, and a fun little giveaway...all with celebrations in mind!

I invite you to join me. 

Every day in October. 

It will be a celebration!



Posts in this series...
Day 1 ~ The Focus
Day 2 ~ Ebenezer
Day 3 ~ It's What's In the Heart
Day 4 ~ Invest
Day 5 ~ Inspiration
Day 6 ~ "Thus Far the Lord Has Helped Us"
Day 7 ~ Charting Growth
Day 8 ~ Birthdays, Birthdays!
Day 9 ~ A Real Life Story of a Birthday Celebration
Day 10 ~ Five!...and a Borrowed Birthday Tradition
Day 11 ~ Celebrate Autumn!
Day 12 ~ Celebrate Winter, Spring, and Summer
Day 13 ~ "Tune My Heart"
Day 14 ~ Party Buntings and a Giveaway
Day 15 ~ Celebrate? Really?
Day 16 ~ Honeymoon Basket
Day 17 ~ Place Cards
Day 18 ~ Giveaway Winner and a Bunting Tutorial
Day 19 ~ Celebrating a Milestone: Learning to Read
Day 20 ~ "Streams of Mercy"
Day 21 ~ The Pie Party
Day 22 ~ Party Planning Inspiration
Day 23 ~ Celebrating a New Year
Day 24 ~ Something Old, Something New
Day 25 ~ Celebrating Marriage
Day 26 ~ Party Games for Young and Old
Day 27 ~ "How Great a Debtor"
Day 28 ~ Celebrating With Family Recipes
Day 29 ~ Simplify
Day 30 ~ Turning the Calendar...
Day 31 ~ Final Thoughts


15 comments:

  1. Oh what a great topic!

    I'll be here everyday!

    Deanna

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  2. Great--I'm looking forward to reading you every day. You have such great ideas. Blessings, Sharon D.

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  3. Looking forward to reading your posts! I think I found you through your 31 days last year.

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  4. Sounds like fun! Looking forward to it. October is my favorite month. ;-) xo

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  5. I sure enjoyed last year's. Now I'm excited to know that I can go back another year and pick up the one I missed...all at once. Saving that reading for a cool evening!

    Have great fun with it!

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  6. Hi Cheryl! I love reading your 31-days posts and am looking forward to another great year!

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  7. I think you would be very good at this topic! Look forward to reading ...

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  8. I love your past two series and look forward to reading -- and learning-- with this one:)

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  9. I'm looking forward to your 'blogathon'! I'm going to read your past ones as they sound great fun. xx

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  10. I am so glad you reconsidered Cheryl I am looking forward to your series of Home Celebrations. Loved your last two series.
    Hugs,
    Sue

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  11. What a wonderful idea for a series! I'll be following along for sure.

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  12. I enjoyed your last 31 days series and look forward to this one very much!

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  13. You GO, girl! Of course, I may read about 10 of them at once, LOL, as it has become my habit.

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  14. So happy I can follow along here and learn the ropes to the 31 day challenge. I am already wondering how I will manage it but also excited.

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