I have thoroughly enjoyed blogging since I began this past July. I’ll have to admit I knew very little to nothing about blogging until a couple months before I began mine. If I knew it was so easy to blog I would have started years ago. This has just been a great deal of fun for me. I still have lots to learn about making it appear better but the writing part of it has been great because I love to write and finally found a way to share it with people.
I have been contemplating my purposes for this blog. They are to: share my Faith, because I truly love it so much, share my family, because I love them so much, and to inspire people with stories. Along with those things I am planning to do a monthly special feature where I interview somebody about their life and work. I want to learn and share what I've learned about what makes somebody successful. My first interview has yet to happen but it is in the works. The person will be a successful Catholic business mother who has already agreed to the interview and is very excited for our meeting and cup of coffee. This is a teaser so you keep checking back because you won’t want to miss the post about my special guest.
Thanks for taking the time to check out this blog and please give me feedback by commenting. If you are having trouble leaving a comment please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know what happened. Otherwise I’ll keep writing because I love it and have finally found this to be a great avenue to share and inspire.
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"Joy Battista" stands for the Joy of John the Baptist at the presence of Christ.
"And how have I deserved that the mother of my Lord should come to me? For behold, the moment that the sound of thy greeting came to my ears, the babe in my womb leapt for joy." Luke 1:43-44
This blog is dedicated to all who seek the Joy of Christ's presence in their own lives.
This blog is also dedicated to the unborn, for John the Baptist was an unborn when he leapt for joy at the presence of Jesus who was also unborn at the time.