Hello Dear Friends

Copyright 2017 by R.A. Robbins

We are here today to ask for your input as we look ahead into 2020 preparing content for Espirational.  You may know that we schedule ahead.  We also like to build each month around a theme to assist with putting together quotations, photos, videos, links and our own thoughts.

Looking ahead, in November we will be talking about Joy.  This year for December we are going to be doing something different as we study the life and teachings of Jesus.  We hope you will join us for this enlightening, encouraging and challenging study.  Then in January, the traditional time of resolutions and change, we will be looking at the true beauty that is in all of us, just the way we are.

So that brings us to February where we need your help.  In the past, we have relied on the seasons and holidays to guide blog content but that has gotten old, at least for us.   February  around here has traditionally been either love or heart health month.  This year I want to do something different.  Do you have any ideas?  What would you like to read, think and talk about in February?  Please leave your ideas in the comments and let’s talk.

Finally we want you, our readers and followers to know how much we appreciate the time and attention you give to Espirational.  Your “likes” and comments mean so much to us and help us keep going.  Blessings to you all.  — Genie and Bob

4 thoughts on “Hello Dear Friends”

    1. That is very interesting. I don’t think I’ve covered that yet. I’ll put that one in my brain and let it work for awhile. Thanks!

    1. Thank you Brenda! Great idea! It looks like i covered change/transition last October but I might be able to approach it a little differently. I will take a look. I talk about peace a lot but I’m also thinking about re-visiting peace from the direction of peacemaking, making peace. being peace, even if not in February. With 2020 being an election year I think we are all going to need it. I’m also looking for ideas for themes to lighten things up a bit if anybody has one.

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