When I'm reading a blog, I want to know who's behind it. It helps me figure out where they're coming from and get to know them a little better, which makes the blog more interesting. I figure other people probably feel the same way, so I'm posting a little bit about me.
I'm Sarah Lewis, a happily married Christian 20-something living in Meridian, Idaho (just across our backyard fence from Boise). I'm one of those people who don't like to settle on one thing, so I always have many diverse projects, hobbies, and goals. Right now, the hobbies include cycling (road and mountain), reading, playing credit card games, and blogging. Blogging also carries over into the projects and goals; I'm working towards a big goal of becoming a full-time, professional blogger.
As you've probably guessed, I'm a blogging enthusiast. I've always been excited about learning things and sharing exciting discoveries, and blogging has made that easier than ever to do. Blogging is something I do and also something I want others to do; I'm a blog developer and consultant because I love to help people discover and receive the benefits of blogging.
Even though I'm excited about blogging, though, that's not the defining aspect of who I am. I want to be defined instead by the fact that I am a follower of Christ. My goal is to not be one of those "Christians" that you see on sitcoms, you know, the obnoxious, holier-than-thou hypocrites. I know that I am a hypocrite, because I really believe all that stuff in the Bible about taking care of the poor and loving my enemy, but I don't do as good a job as I want to of actually doing it. Despite my failings, I want to be real and a reflection of Jesus. I'll be honest with you: I'm not where I want to be. I don't have as much passion for the things of God as I want to. It's a process, and I'm taking part in it, even when I am not very good at it.
That's my attempt at introduction. I'll add more if you ask me questions. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and introduce yourself.
The other stuff on this page is the latest content I'm creating all over the web, on my blogs, in my bookmarks, and with my photos.