Monday, July 28, 2008

something profound for Monday.


I'd like to say something really great a encouraging to you today, but I really want to share my heart with you this week. So, I'm working on a post.
People said you can't really know someone through a blog. That people come across different than they are. I have to say though, that when we moved my dear friends Bethany, Danielle, Ashleigh, and Beth were all there for me as an encouragement as I learned to settle into our new home and city. I've never met any of them, but I love to call them my dear friends. I hope one day to meet them all in person.
To date, I've only met one blog mom friend. Megan. It was better than I could have hoped for. She is the sweetest person, loves Jesus, and has great style. Not to mention she has four children under 6! I loved meeting her and I hope that our friendship continues to grow over the years and that we see each other again soon!
I know to those non-bloggers out there, many of them think I've invented a new form of crazy, having these relationships with women I've never met but I love it. I really do. I never thought I would be
"that" kind of person. But I am...and I don't care. :)
Anyway, I could go on but you'll hear from me more later.
Happy Monday!


bethyoung said...

woo hooo! Love you, Anne :-)

Jane Swanson said...

I'm glad that Megan is real.....she is leaving the sweetest comments on my blog!
~mom jane

dancebythelight said...

Happy Monday! :)

Megan said...

mmhm, girl, you got a cool picture downtown that i didn't snap. i love that one!
i'm so glad we got to hang out too! if we hadn't been so sticky, hot and tired, boy, wouldn't that have been nice?? i'm pretty sure it's going to take a while for the taboo to get shaken off the online-friend-meeting thing, but, in time, it will. and we will be pioneers!


Megan said...

wait, it's more like, we ARE pioneers, but it will be in the future before other people say that we are? right...?

and i'm thinking about that baby all week! when do you know???


Josh said...

There are many ways of finding friends. A customer, a long lost relative, a cashier at a grocery store, a commentator on your blog. 1 isn't any better than the other, because when it comes down to it, we don't really know the people we meet until we get to know them for ourselves. I've met many wonderful, life-long friends online. People find it easy to criticize things they don't understand.