Welcome to Anointed With Grace

Welcome to my new blog! I recently moved over from Blogger (i.e. blogspot). Let me know how you like the new site; I am still working on updating some links, but it has been a fairly seamless transition. All of my historical posts are located here, and I will be posting some new ones very soon.

A few details about the new digs:

I took the header photograph in Venice, Italy from the top of the bell tower located in St. Mark’s Square. It is one of my favorite city scenes.

Also, in case you are curious, the blog title comes from Psalm 45:

My heart is stirred by a noble theme
as I recite my verses for the king;
my tongue is the pen of a skillful writer.
You are the most excellent of men
and your lips have been anointed with grace,
since God has blessed you forever.
Psalm 45:1-2

I pray that each of you enjoyed a wonderful celebration of our Risen King this past Easter weekend. I spent a lot of time with my family and my precious 12-week-old niece. God is so good!

Look for new posts later this week. . .and remember to update your Google Reader and Links with the new url.



Filed under Beginnings and Endings, Change, Holidays

3 responses to “Welcome to Anointed With Grace

  1. Yay for a platform! Yay for a new blog! Yay for Mt. Hermon! and Yay that I can now link to you with no fear. 🙂

    So glad we were together last week- can’t wait to get back to Nash and download with you.

    • Wow girl, you are quick. And my first comment on the new blog…yay! Thanks for reading and yes, Nashville misses you. Can’t wait to catch up when you get back. Hopefully I’ll be a big deal like you at Mt. Hermon next year 🙂

  2. I like the new site and the lovely photo, but I’m going to miss Isabella 🙂 I’m glad you had some sweet time with your niece and can’t wait to catch up with you in person.

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