New Name, Same Voice

Dear Readers,

It’s a new blog name with a new look (and a few kinks and design elements to still work out!), but it’s the same voice. A wise tech friend helped me with the initial set-up (thanks, Matt Stauffer!!) because apparently the old site was ugly and had a bunch of weird ads and links.  Wise advisors also suggested a rollout plan with some advance notice and buzz, but post-sabbatical plans have collided with the end of the school year for college, high school, and middle school children and too many current events for me to be patient and strategic.

So, welcome to this new space. Thank you for the years of faithful reading and engagement over at More Than Serving Tea. Thank you for your gracious comments and honest questions. And thank you for following me here. Here’s to a new space for laughter and learning and a few more dear readers to join us in the journey.

Kathy

writer, speaker, and coffee drinker

 

A dear friend gave this to me just because it was perfect in so many ways. It's good to have friends who know you, can keep things real, keep you humble and honest, and make you laugh.

A dear friend gave this to me just because it was perfect in so many ways. It’s good to have friends who know you, can keep things real, keep you humble and honest, and make you laugh.

4 Comments

  1. Carrie Minturn June 8, 2015

    Congrats on the move to the new blog space, and many blessings. Your voice is a gift to me and many others. Thank you for faithfully, vulnerably, humorously and passionately sharing in this context and others. And – I love the photo…too awesome!

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    • Kathy Khang June 9, 2015

      Carrie, thank you!! It has been such a strange journey. The book that launched my blogging voice started as a brainstorm in January 2005, and here I am just months from a decade of writing! Thank you for reading and being such an encouragement.

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  2. Faye Waidley June 9, 2015

    Looking forward to many more of you insights and hearing your voice ring! You expand my world and challenge my thinking! When I grow up I want to be like you.. I think I really mean that too.

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    • Kathy Khang June 10, 2015

      Faye, I am tearing up. This continues to be a strange, beautiful, crazy life. Thank you for being a part of it.

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