I’ve Moved!

August 31st, 2015

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Friends, I’m excited to tell you that I’ve moved! And I can’t wait to have you over for a visit. While it’s a different address and the place looks different from what you are used to, it’s still the same words. You’ll recognize my voice right away and know you are at the right place.

So grab a cup of coffee and come on over to the new place.

Here it is: http://www.christinafox.com

Hope to see you soon!




Announcing Changes for the Blog

August 18th, 2015

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It’s been a quiet summer here. We’ve spent lazy days in the pool, building sandcastles at the beach, and snorkeling the waters for glimpses of God’s handiwork. We’ve spent sweet time with friends and made memories to cherish. We’ve spent time together making puzzles, watching movies, and playing games.

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As a result, I haven’t written much here, at least not as much as usual. But there’s another reason too. I am in the process of switching blogs. Come September, I’ll have a new address and a new look. While I have loved my home here these past five years, with my new book coming out early next year, it’s time for a change.

Stay posted, I will let you know when my new home is ready for visitors. If you are currently an email subscriber, you’ll need to subscribe to my new blog; your subscription will not transfer over. I can’t wait for you to come by for a visit and see it. My talented designer at Elle and Co. is putting together something pretty, engaging, and welcoming.

Until then, it’ll be quiet here the next couple of weeks. The next time I post here will be to announce that I’ve moved and give you directions to the new place.

As always, thanks for reading!




I’ve Moved!

Friends, I’m excited to tell you that I’ve moved! And I can’t wait to have you over for a visit. While it’s a different address and the place looks different from what you are used to, it’s still the same words. You’ll recognize my voice right away and know you are at the right place. […]

Announcing Changes for the Blog

It’s been a quiet summer here. We’ve spent lazy days in the pool, building sandcastles at the beach, and snorkeling the waters for glimpses of God’s handiwork. We’ve spent sweet time with friends and made memories to cherish. We’ve spent time together making puzzles, watching movies, and playing games. As a result, I haven’t written […]

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