I’m Still Here

It’s been a long time since I’ve attended to my blog.  Life takes over sometimes, and when I started my blog in the past I was hung up on such things as, “What should my blog be about?  Am I supposed to stick to one main theme?  How personal can I get and what shouldn’t I talk about?”

All of those concerns and many more prevented me from JUST BLOGGING.  There are many blogs out there that are themed-based, and that’s ok.  I like those blogs and follow many of them specifically because of the themes they blog about.

I’m not that specific.  My mind goes in a thousand different directions and I want to chat about all of them – sometimes.  That’s another hang-up; being too closed-off.  But I think it’s time I just let it all out there, consequences be damned, and hopefully experience a euphoric release of a mind full of topics in a world willing to soak them up.

So get ready, world.  I’m about to open the gates.  Let’s see what charges out, shall we?


2 responses

  1. Glad to see you back. I blog mainly about crafting but I consider myself a Jill of all trades. I am pondering blogging about taking care of my elderly mother recovering from hip replacement surgery. Just write for yourself! Looking forward to reading your future posts.

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    1. Thank you! Life has been interesting while I’ve been away so I look forward to catching everyone up on events. 🙂


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