As I moved about the tables serving, I was thinking of a recent paragraph about writing in a book I was reading. It asked who was my audience. Who do I write to? Do I have an audience?
As I look at my stats today I am blown away! Yes, I do have a audience. "Nate!" I had to almost yell because he was in another room, "Guess what! There were 980 people who stopped at Braceplace yesterday!" He said wow too.
As I think about it though, this is who I think of as I write:
*I write for the lady at our church who can't walk very well and get out and do the things she would like to.
*I write for my close friends.
*I write for my grown children and their spouses.
*I write for the little children who like to come by our house and play with the baby goats and hold the baby bunnies and take pony rides.
*I write for my nieces and nephews who are also very far away...and many hardly know me.
*I write for the children of our supporters who Skype me once in awhile. (I need to Skype them back very soon!)
*I write for my family about 10 hours away that I miss and wish I could visit more.
*I write for my college friends that send me messages via facebook.
***And mainly, I write for the Lord...to please Him.
This may be quite a large range of audience to write for, but you are all here! And I am thinking of you as I write.
Selah is with the little brown goat who will have babies any day. I keep her separate from the rest of the goats and sheep...and I can look out my window to check on her. Maybe in the morning there will be little ones!
My verse today:
Ephesians 4:19 Speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord.