I've been struggling for a while with whether I was going to leave the Blogger platform or not. I know that when a lot of bloggers transition out of Blogger they typically go to Wordpress.com or Wordpress.org. I like Wordpress.org, not a fan of Wordpress.com, but I love Weebly.

Up until about a week ago, I liked Weebly. Then, I discovered some really cool CSS features that allowed me customize design templates with the site. After that, I did some research and it looks like with my pro account, Weebly offers unlimited bandwidth.


Now I love Weebly!

But with the new design, I'm still figuring a lot out and I'm sure there's definitely some things still a little under construction, but mostly everything is in place.

My biggest question however, is:

How does it look on your monitor?

I'm really curious how the design looks to everyone else. I really appreciate you for being so wonderful to come check out my new site! I'd love your feedback!

How does it look? Have you ever switched blogging platforms?

- Morgan


 
 

marriage is a beautiful thing, and most people can agree with that, but many live under the impression that you get married when you're done having all the fun, or simply tired of sleeping around, and finally found someone you think you can put up with for a while.

i've talked about this before, but my husband and i got married at 20 years old. we're now 22 and have been married for just over 2 years. i've lost track of the number of times people have responded to us being married young by saying. "why? you're so young!" as though to imply that marriage is not for our age group!

if you're afraid of getting married young because you think you're missing out on something, i'm here to tell you, you're not. my husband is truly my best friend and in just over 2 years, we've made lifelong friends in Macedonia, gone qifteli shopping in Kosovo, road bikes against a Venetian sunrise, roadtripped through the Rockies, got to hang out at the Grammy's, started learning new languages, acquired new skills, bought our own home, met really quality other young married couples, got more involved in ministry, started want less GIVE more, got closer to God...and so many more things.

i'm still trying to figure out what we're missing out on.



i got married young because i loved patrick, and he loved me, and we knew that we wanted to spend the rest of our lives together. there's no age restriction on that. don't let others discourage you into thinking that marriage is not for you because you are young!

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Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.



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i'm recording an audiobook today. for my own book.
as i read, my characters seem to be coming more and more to life, like they are actual human beings. i know that right now, this is for a small audience and who knows, maybe one person will buy me book. but that's okay. this is my dream and i'm making it happen. the number's don't matter.

so i just wanted to encourage you today by reminding you of one of the greatest dream quotes of all times:

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you've imagined. As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler.

- H D T

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quick note: i'm hosting a giveaway over at eloquent english. so if you like coffee and blog exposure...you might wanna check it out!
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 dear new hair,
i like you a lot.
 
so,
i did it again. every december i do something totally different to my hair. i don't mean to, it just sort of happens!
this year, i decided to try the reverse ombre look
black on top (my natural hair color) with blonde tips / bottoms.
i've never been this light before, but i think i really like it!
 i'm curious,
what's something that you end up doing at the end of every year?


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Let Them Eat Cake




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