So, I’m assuming that you are either a regular reader who is visiting this page for the first time, or else a new reader exploring… I’m Rhoda, and I wrote some about me here. But if you really want to find out who I am, you’ll need to read through my posts, and pick the pieces of the puzzle 🙂 .
You should note that I live in New Zealand. This is why your comments show as (for example) ’12:30am’, and if I comment on your blog, it won’t look that good either!
When I started this blog, it was a joint effort. Aviel Gonen and I were both in on the action. We launched Serving With Joy on New Years’ Day, 2013. But through the next two months, Aviel’s contributions became fewer, and soon she realized that this shared blog wasn’t working. So she moved to Crowned in Glory, and I had my own blog! I didn’t want it to be a personal journal blog though. So I kept writing… but in June 2013 I realized that that wasn’t working either. I’d been trying to keep my blog from being imperfect, but instead it was impersonal. By publishing this new page, I’m taking another step away from my prideful limitations, and putting more of myself on my blog. (When I wrote “on my blog” just then, I first wrote “the blog” and then changed it. Another step!)
You can see my top posts for 2013 here, but my favourites are – Life as an Actress, This World is Not Our Home, Treasure God’s Name: Parts One and Two, To Go or To Stay, The World We Will Inherit, Dwelling in the Love of God, and The Call to Personal Reformation.
My blog doesn’t have a lot to boast about in the way of numbers – posts, comments, views. But I’m content, knowing that my blog is by me, and primarily for God. Please, if you find anything that you think doesn’t honour Him on my blog, let me know.
In fact, feel
free under pressure to contact me about anything, even how you did your hair this morning! ‘Cause I love getting Comments 🙂
A few of my interests to conclude:
- Architecture and
- House Design
- Playing Percussion and
- Piano and
- Folding Socks
- Washing Dishes
Okay, that’s enough 🙂