Reflection – Blog Carnival

Welcome to the One Word at a Time Blog Carnival.

With the Christmas season and all of its busyness and disorder, I almost completely forgot that it was blog carnival day. I hope some of you remembered but I won’t be surprised if there are very few entries this week.

Nevertheless, (which is one of my favorite words) the carnival is ON!

Todays word is: Reflection

I’m so glad you’ve stopped by, please feel free to join in and add your thoughts on Reflection to the carnival!

Please add your link to the widget below… then enjoy what others have written as well.

Today’s Entries: Reflection

Reflection

When I think of the word ‘reflection’ at this time of year, I automatically think about looking back over the past twelve months to see what I’ve done with my time and what I’ve seen God doing.

This year, in the run-up to Christmas I wrote a series of nine posts looking back over the year one for each letter of the word ‘Christmas’.

Instead of trying to amalgamate them into one ‘reflections’ post, I’ll simply give you links to each one. You’re welcome to read any or all of them to see what my reflections on 2010 have been.

C is for Customers

H is for Hard Drive

R is for Romance

I is for Inspiration (or Illustrations)

S is for Sanity

T is for Time

M is for Missing

A is for Srtictic Creativity

S is for Savior

About PeterP

I am a blogger, author, stay at home dad, speaker, web hosting trainer and geek (I was so excited to get an iPad that I actually made up a song and dance about it). I am English by birth, but currently live in California with my wife and our three children. I ran a web hosting business for nine years and found that many, if not most of my clients had never learned how to use any of the functions associated with hosting so I wrote a book to try and teach just those skills. I must admit to having fallen in love with WordPress (possibly a little TOO much) and I honestly find it hard to understand why anyone would use anything different to build a site! WordPress is wonderful! My passion is to help others achieve their goals with their websites/blogs. I believe that, with a little help, anyone can have an awesome site.

19 thoughts on “Reflection – Blog Carnival”

  1. jasonS says:

    I enjoyed your Christmas letter posts, Peter. Stirs up the thankfulness ‘juices’ in us. 🙂
    Thank you, sir!

    1. PeterP says:

      Thanks, Jason.

      I appreciate your encouragement!

  2. Thanks for hosting, Peter. I did catch some of your posts. The love letter journal is a GREAT idea!

  3. It’s been a while since I’ve been able to step into a carnival. Thanks for hosting! (And I like your take on the Artistic All.)

  4. HisFireFly says:

    Truly enjoyed your “letters” and time of reflection.

    My post is linked.

  5. Michael says:

    I loved your Christmas letters stuff man.

  6. I’m a sucker for acronyms and anything cutesy with words. 🙂 So I love what you did with “Christmas.” Thanks for hosting the blog carnival today!

  7. Chrystie says:

    Hi, Peter! Thanks for hosting. It’s been a while since I have been able to participate! Reflection is a timely word for this time of year. Looking forward to reading others post on reflection.

  8. Hi Peter, thanks for hosting the blog carnival again.
    After being behind for a while, I was able to read all your Christmas letters posts. I don’t need to say that I completely identified with the letter T post – TIME 🙂
    I almost didn’t make it, but I was able to add a post to the blog carnival too – better late than never, right?

  9. Glynn says:

    I loved the Christmas Letters posts.

    And thanks for hosting this, Peter.

  10. peacebringer says:

    Hey, took the opportunity to participate and grow deeper in understanding of reflection. Feel free to let me know thoughts on my contribution.

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  12. Thanks for picking up the reigns and hosting this carnival. What a neat way to reflect on the past year! Blessing to you and Favor in the New Year of 2011.

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