Just recently I've been discovering that there are some amazing women blogging on line. They do some phenomenal website management complete with photos and then all sorts of bells and whistles that I don't comprehend. So mine is looking increasingly plain and undecorated in comparison...(sigh)...but anyway, in the reading of them I feel like I'm gaining some new friends. Mostly a bit younger than I am, seemingly more all-together than I am, definitely more creative and clever, but I think I can like them anyway. Shows how tolerant I am, don't you think?
Most of them have a whole list of other blogs something like their own, and I visit the top one on the list, and that one has a list, and I go to that one, and I realize in the process that I'm probably missing about 24 on each list as I go on. Oh well. I don't have that kind of time anyway (though today was good--my son was playing in the snow and it was a day off for him, and sort of for me as well; I got extra housekeeping done and did some blog-reading!). I will have to be careful that it doesn't turn into some sort of addiction for me.
The amazing thing is, I just today found a contingent from my own town, my own hometown where I now live (for the present, anyway)! And my own age range, as well. That is amazing, considering most of the people I have known personally who blog are in the 18-30 age range. I'm no longer a female middle-aged version of the Lone Ranger.
It's a small world after all. A small, happy, blogging-Christian-woman inhabited world. God is great! (But of course, we knew that, didn't we?)