When I first started Places In The Home, getting down to the heart of the matter consisted of learning the nuts and bolts of the blogging format.
People in the blogging know offered guidance and advice regarding good visual content, SEO, menus, sidebar content and the like.
Some of the advice I implemented, and some I filed under advisement.
One suggested aspect of the personal side of the above the fold offerings was to share with the readers a vivid account of your life story.
The About Me page basically tells the Places In The Home story, so the suggested getting into the weeds My Story page is a page I have not added to the navigational menu, and probably never will.
Places In The Home is a design and decorating show and tell for the all things house that make a home enthusiast.
The principal players at Places In The Home (that would be me & Dave the Builder) are designed for building and making and designing and decorating and fixing things and antiques and cooking and then showing and telling you all about it.
Throw in a backstory or two about our son aka the Canadian snowbird, family traditions and celebrations, travel, and Louisiana lagniappe.
We are not an overly complicated bunch.
Part of our story now includes why radio silence fell across the Places In The Home blog and social media platforms last week.
Due to an unexpected and serious situation last Tuesday morning, one member of the Places In The Home team landed in the emergency room as the patient with the other member of the home team reporting for prayer warrior, supporter, coordinator and caregiver-in-chief duty.
One ambulance ride, ER admit, monitors galore, three night hospital stay, premier cardiologist, stellar nursing staff, electrical cardioversion, out with old, in with new medicines and scheduled stress test later we are home.
“The body benefits from movement, and the mind benefits from stillness.”
– Sakyong Mipham
There is a time and place for everything.
Sitting in the hospital frightened, yet vigilant in faith and prayer, puts all things house that make a home into perspective.
It was not the place nor the time to whip out the device of choice and snap a pic or pop off a post.
Thank you for understanding the heart of the matter.
God’s guidance and mercy lights the path to strength in trying times.
To God be the glory, great things He hath done!