Blog Journal Day 1- Introducing JanMary

Let me introduce myself – I am JanMary (online!) and I am a Christian wife, mum to 3 great kids (but slightly biased) who loves to blog, take photos, ย make and sell jewellery (www.janmarydesigns.com), digital scrapbooking and plan room makeovers (kitchen/bathroom/cloakroom).

I live in N Ireland near Belfast and we also have a holiday cottage near the Giants Causeway which we have started to do some house swap holidays with.

So why am I introducing myself again now?

Well Emma at Toddler Awesome has started a daily blogging challenge called Theme-a-day Blog Challenge to capture our lives, and I thought this would be a perfect way to get me back to regular blogging.

To view the other participants and links to their posts visit HERE

I am already late by a few days but plan to catch up soon – I do hate not being punctual!

Please join me on my journey, thanks for visiting my blog and I would LOVE a comment from you. I endeavor to reply to all comments and/or visit your blog if you have one.

Also, to make it more interesting, anything you would like to know, that I could feasibly answer on this blog, that you would like to know about me? Ask away!

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  1. I love it! And I love your picture up there – so cute with your name card ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Great post! Thanks for sharing your Journal Day 1 post with me on Ramblings & More! ๐Ÿ™‚ I look forward to learning more about you – especially since you’re in Ireland! (I have a lot of Irish in me, and Ireland is one of the places I wanna see!)

  3. so glad you will be blogging more regularly- love your posts!!!
    I am so excited for dinner tomorrow night –
    I was amazed at the beauty we saw these past two days – although I think I might be sore in the morning from all the walking we did today –
    can’t wait —

  4. Lets see… when did you become a Christian? How long have you been married… was your hubby your first love?

  5. ooooh I might join you, have to go check it out.

    Oh and just something about “near Belfast”, I LOVE the Ulster museum, even stayed there with a youth group on one of my visits.

    It’s currently in a competition against our local (like 10 minute drive) living history museum and we were all “Oh yes we have to vote for Blists hill” then I realised they were up against the Ulster museum and I said “I cannot in all honesty vote for Blists hill, because I KNOW that the Ulster museum is a better museum.”

  6. Hello again JanMary! I love every moment on you blog yesterday-today-tomorrow
    Your shots are always great – and I love the nature around you!

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