Welcome to My Blog!

So, I’m gonna start blogging. We’ll see how I do. I’m a little nervous about it, because it feels like a commitment I’m not ready for.

It’s not that I’ve never blogged. I contribute over at Boundless, after all. And by contribute I mean, “I used to post a lot more over there and now I rarely do.” But it’s a group blog, so the pressure isn’t on me specifically.

Blogging in my own space seems so official. And a bit daunting. Because I should be consistent at it, right? That’s what the experts say, anyway.

But I’ve never felt I was one of those people with tons of things to say to the world. I don’t have a myriad of feelings bottled up that need to be released on paper (or a screen). I never participate in those “write a million words in so-and-so month” contests.

But blogging, here I come. My publisher will be happy. My friends will be supportive. My mom will be totally indifferent, since she never touches a computer and doesn’t know what a blog is.

I’m inviting you to join me. I don’t have a content outline. I don’t really have an agenda (except you’ll be hearing about my soon-to-be-released-book-thank-you-Jesus, The Dating Manifesto, here – especially over the next few months).

Other than that, I’ll share what I’m doing, what I’m learning, and perhaps a whole lot of random musings on everything from dating and singleness to family, food, friends and hip-hop.

Hang with me, and if this blog is defunct in about three weeks, you’ll know it didn’t work out.

See you around!


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  1. I heard you on the radio, most of your dating views sound like you’ve read my mind. I don’t hear these dating principles. Living by them seems as though marriage is unlikely in this society, even around the church and Christian dating sites.
    But it was very nice to hear them.
    Thank you, Bob,

  2. Rina Boyles August 5, 2015 at 4:54 pm · · Reply

    Greetings, Lisa, I listened to you being interviewed on our local Christian channel, yesterday. You made me laugh and I can relate to the concept of dating with a purpose (something that I should have learned long ago, perhaps – as I was married for over 10 years. Presently, divorced for over ten years and 51 years old. At the moment, I am refocusing my life on God-centered will and values. I can relate to certain elements that will be non-negotiable in a relationship (not pushing another relationship, either – I am good if it’s just God, me and learning/fulfilling what He wants me to do). However, not opposed to a God-centered marriage, either – but, boy, will I be aware, if ever there is a next time for this occurring lol! I am going to check my local bookstore or Christian bookstore and see if they have your book, The Dating Manifesto. God bless and have a wonderful day.

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