Hi, welcome to Literacy Musing Mondays February 13-18! Hope you all had a lovely, sick-free week. 🙂
After going an entire year without getting sick, my body finally succumbed this past week. 🙁
Everyone in my family got sick, and, of course, not all at once. More like the domino effect. My husband was out of town most of the time that I was sick, but he came home sick and stayed in bed for 2 days. Goodness, by the end of it all, I was super exhausted, especially since the congestion seemed to linger with me the longest.
Still feeling a little behind on life but slowly catching up.
Here’s an inspirational quote to get your Monday off to a great start!
Looking For New Hosts (A Note from Mary)
Hi, welcome back to the #LMMLinkup.
With my computer issues out of the way, I am now focused on rebuilding my audience and this linkup. I think it is still going strong, but we need to invite new hosts with the departures of our former hosts.
What do you do as a host? You help attract new followers; you comment on a selection of the posts that link up each week; and you pin and promote your favorite posts across your social media platform. I help as much as I can by providing you with a template for the hop which you will run each week. I also provide the linky code each week. Then you just write your own introduction to top your post for the linkup each week. Sometimes, we have guest posts that you will run too.
If you are interested in hosting this growing and exciting linkup please email me at marykatbpcsc45 @ gmail (dot) com.
Speaking of guest posts, we are looking for folks to write guest posts for the #LMMLinkup in March. This could be a good way to try out temporary hosting and see if it is right for you. If you are interested in writing a guest post email me too for guidelines. If accepted, your guest post will appear on both Brandi’s and my blog.
Now let’s meet our hosts:
Last Week’s Top Clicked Post!
My Favorite Post of the Week
Yep, it’s the same as the most clicked. 😉 Kristy shares what doctrine is, the source of doctrine, and why it is so important for Christians to not dismiss it as something that only causes division. It’s truly a great reminder of why it’s necessary to hold to and teach sound doctrine.