BlogHer Syndicates Chikin Post

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You displayed grace (and some of you restraint!) for last Thursday’s post about Chick-fil-A. Whether you agreed or disagreed with me, you kept it dignified. We want everyone to feel welcomed and respected here regardless of their views.

Today I’m excited to share with you that my post about Chick-fil-A is being syndicated on BlogHer.

According to their website, BlogHer reaches 40 million women each month. I’m honored, thrilled, and terrified to be published there as a syndicated writer.

Please go to BlogHer to see the post and consider leaving a comment. Whether you agree or disagree the issue at hand, I know you’ll comment with dignity and respect.

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Whether you’ve been here since the beginning or since last week, you are an encouragement to me, and I am thankful for you!

My counsel for you is simple and straightforward: Just go ahead with what you’ve been given. You received Christ Jesus, the Master; now live Him. You’re deeply rooted in Him. You’re well constructed upon Him. You know your way around the faith. Now do what you’ve been taught. School’s out; quit studying the subject and start living it! And let your living spill over into thanksgiving. Colossians 2:6-7 The Message

The Proof of Your Love by For King & Country.

Start living it. Now go see the post on BlogHer!

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8 Responses to BlogHer Syndicates Chikin Post

  1. Congratulations, Aimee! This is such fantastic news. I’m so excited for you, and proud of you! Enjoy the BlogHer conference; I’ll be in Kansas City stewing in envy.

    Maybe next year!

  2. Congratulations!! That’s so exciting!

  3. Elizabeth Whelan

    I am a blogger snob. Aimee always has my full attention. Not because I “always” agree with her (which I mostly do) but because she is smart, informed, witty, an excellent writer, and most importantly fair. She does not waste my time. Aimee pointed out “another commentator wants public school facilities to stop doing business with Chick-fil-A because they support families through non-profit groups that share their benefits” I am in total agreement with Aimee…are you kidding me someone has a problem with that?

    Go Aimee we are listening!!!

    Elizabeth Whelan

    • Aimee @

      Elizabeth, I think being a blogger snob is okay for one’s agent-to-be. You do still need a job, right? :)
      So thankful for your friendship!

  4. I enjoyed your post on BlogHer and am very proud of your courage to post it and keep the dialogue respectful.

    • Aimee @

      Thank you so much, glitterandgrunge! It was a challenging audience with deeply felt views.