Remember my post in March about Blogging After August?
I’ve mentioned my plans to shut this blog down. The past summer break has given me more opportunities to think and pray about it. It hasn’t changed my mind about this step, though. I will neither renew the subscription of my blog nor renew its domain ― both of them are running out by the end of August. The Carmen In Ireland blog will have to come to an end now.
One of the reasons, which I had mentioned back in March, is my disappointment in the current provider. Another reason is the time factor. I want to reach my goal, of finishing my book about dog training, by the end of this year. Time will be limited. I will have to cut down on the amount of blogs I’m writing. Last but not least, in fact the main reason for shutting down this blog is that I want to spend more time focusing on things that have eternal value.
Yes, I will still be posting about the Emerald Isle and its people. Yes, the musings, wanderings through Ireland, stories about the differences in culture, recipes, and some tips on how to do things, here in Ireland, will continue. However, they will be less frequent and from now on found on The Christian Homemaker’s Blog and on Mirjam Fels’ Blog.
Thank you, my faithful readers, here on Carmen In Ireland. It has been a pleasure to write for you and to see so many of you following along. I hope you have enjoyed reading more about our journey and life and that you have gained one or the other useful tip about living in Ireland. It would be lovely to meet you over at The Christian Homemaker and/or Mirjam Fels.
Blessings from Ireland,