Hello world!


My name is Karen Gaus, and I grew up the next to the youngest in a family of six. During my childhood, I attended public school in small Texas towns, leaving me with a southern accent which some days, I wish I didn’t have. (o: I love to tell stories—inspirational true stories as well as fiction. Even in third grade, one of my favorite pastimes was to convey interesting anecdotes to my friends. One day the teacher arrived during an impromptu puppet show and invited me to entertain again. Later, I fell in love and married my college sweetheart. After we married, my husband and I waited eight years before having our first child. We have the best kids in the world. When my first child was two-years-old, my husband and I gave her the nickname, “precious one.” So what do you call the second child? “Precious Two, of course.” “Precious too, of course.”

Themes on my blog will be on random topics.

Regularly, I plan to have inspirational stories and devotionals.

The next blog is entitled Words of Love about a friend who heard words of love from the Lord  when she was at one of her lowest moments.

7 thoughts on “Hello world!

  1. Karen, welcome to the wonderful world of blogging. Thank you for sharing your heart and story with us. God is indeed an awesome God who never leaves or forsakes us. But it’s hard to hear His voice or feel His presence, sometimes. Your story confirms that He cares.

    Fellow Rippler and Blogger DiAne Gates

  2. Welcome to the blogosphere, Karen! Delightful beginning :)) Looking forward to interesting and entertaining words and inspiration. Love you, my friend!

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