Tuesday, March 29, 2011

It's Time to Say Goodbye

Nothing is new under the sun and so to say that life is full of twists and turns is simply to repeat what anyone who is living knows already. When I first started writing my meditations on certain verses back in January of 2008 the turn of my life at the time prompted me. The following three years provided the appropriate twists and turns dealing out copious fodder for meditations. It remains fascinating, after all these years, to see how pertinent, how fresh, how spot on, are the lives of the Old Testament, the ministry of Jesus and the epistles to the turbulence of life today.

But just as life events prompted my writing I find that life events are prompting me to stop posting anymore writings. It has been a tremendous experience and I am grateful to all who took the time to read my musings - some of you even commenting on them! So, it is with a great deal of sadness and yet peace that I sign off from writing anymore On Crooked Knees.

Thank you again. My life has grown and changed for the experience. As you continue with your journey I hope that you will make new discoveries in how God intersects with your life. He is not absent in his silence. May we all live in the fullness of the knowledge that we are created in His image.



Katrina said...

Thank you and God bless as you go forth.

full of hope said...

How I will miss reading your blogs every weekday!!!! Thank you for your faithful commitment. God has used you to encourage me in so many ways.

Suzanne Kistler said...

Thank you for your blog. Even though I haven't had time to stop by much this year, whenever I do, it's been a blessing.

May your new path be filled with joy!

Anonymous said...

I am saddened by this news. I will miss your writings.

In our home, over the last three years, your writings have urged, strengthened, guided, humored, and healed so many our moments and issues. Thank you for your many insights.

I hope you will leave the site up so that we can return here again and again to read some of the older pieces. You have a gift . . . don't abandon the gift.

Anonymous said...

Dear Valerie,
I will miss your posts. I appreciate your insights. I admire (and marvel at!) your faithfulness over the past few years. Thank you for sharing. May you be blessed in your future undertakings.