How this Blog thing works…


Hello all!  This is not my real blog for today.  I know you are relieved. 🙂

I am new to blogging and the WordPress website, so I wanted to clear up any confusion about how to follow this blog.


Under my daily post which is posted once daily to Facebook you can:

1 – hope you catch it when I post or you can click SUBSCRIBE.  It is a button on the right side.  If you subscribe, every time I post you will get a nifty email with  my post.  I promise they will never be too long.  We both don’t have time for that!

2 – if you like what you have read and you want to pass on my blog post you can SHARE it directly to Facebook by clicking the Facebook icon by Share This.  Maybe your circle of friends would like my ramblings too.

3 – if you want to say something about what I have written about, you can LEAVE A REPLY.  Type your comment as a guest or log in with your Facebook account.  I then read all comments before approving them.  If they are of a private nature I will not post them.

4 – if you want to reach me directly about something you can do so under the REACH ME button at the top of my page.

I think that is the nuts and bolts of it.

Thank you for reading and I hope that my ramblings give you a moment of blessings each day.

Live Loved and Boldly Blessed!

Kristin Wooldridge


About Kristin

I started this blog thing years ago in August 2011. I have made attempts to blog over the past three years of seminary, but it was like writing when drowning. But I have completed the bulk of my course work, so I know there is a God. I am currently in my capstone creation phase this fall. This allows me time to unravel a little and renew my passion for writing my ramblings. If you like what you read, share what it stirs in you or even share it with others. I write for you from me. A little about me... I have celebrated 16 years of wedded bliss and reality with my best friend for over 17 years. We have 3 wonderful kids that are all unique, amazing and different in their own way. Our first born is nearly a teenager. He loves talking, Scouts, reading, camping and science experiments. Our daughter is a decade old. She is our creative soul and a planner! She loves to spend time dancing, singing and nurturing/teaching her babydolls and us. She is very sweet to her brothers. Last but not least is our daring 6 year old red head boy. He broke the "Wooldridge Mold". He is the fastest runner, our busiest explorer, our deep philosopher and biggest joker, oh and he gives the best hugs. You know the long lingering kind that truly fuel your soul to sing. I have been a stay at home mom for nearly 13 years and I have found a groove that works for our family. (That grove doesn't mean I have it figured out. It just means I am good with asking for help and having my family help us survive.) Twelve years ago, I joined a local MOPS group and I have been the Coordinator for 1o years. This group has given me a chance to lead without working full time, support other women in my community and help refine my walk with God. I also attend Central Baptist Theological Seminary. I am pursuing a Masters of Divinity and loving every minute of it. I am currently working on my capstone project, which a ministry guide for the MOPS group I have lead for a decade. It will serve as a touchpoint for those in leadership and also as a sweet offering as my goodbye to meaningful work that touched every part of my life and taught me that I am called to pastor. My life isn't perfect as the paragraph above makes it seem. But I have traveled through those harder times and found strength and support through them. Hoping to use this blog as a spot to write my thoughts, feelings and stories as I keep on living life! God Bless you and keep you. We each need to remember the Divine is within each of us. Be kind to yourself and to others.

2 responses »

  1. Just checking out your blog! Love you and I know we will chat soon! Truly, (not just mushy, feel good stuff) had probably, the best day of our summer today with the kids. Just hanging out at Science City was so great to be with them. I admit, that this summer I have showed frustration more so than ever with my kids…It’s days like today that I need to remember!!! Perfect, precious memories for all of us-even for Daddy having lunch with us! It was only 20 min or so, but it was “US”! Love you!

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