The quickest path to a blog drying up, imho, is having stuff you want to say but for whatever reasons you feel like you can not. It makes it hard for me to shoot the sh*t. Nothing serious, stop your guessing. Just stuff to process that probably is not best done in a public forum. How’s that for a juicy post? Meh.
I hold out hope that I shall ride again. When I was a stay at home mom, this venue (and the way it connected me to your blogs) was a lifeline. It was a way for me to feel creative, inspired and part of a larger community. I do not want to let that go but the reality is that I have to let some things slide now that I am working outside the home. My friends who read this blog and who started work before me or were always moms with paying jobs are smirking right now (Hi Kath!). It’s okay, I deserve a smirk or two for thinking I could move into a new house, start working after 7 years at home, transition my youngest into daycare for the first time, put my heart and soul into my job (that I love), do wonderous things like cook dinner, keep up my Etsy shop, write a blog, read your blogs and have time to enjoy my amazing (and growing) boys not to mention checking-in with my loving husband who is my partner in this all. One step at I time, right?
I should say that the reason I have time to type this at all is that I am a temporary resident of Sickville. 2 nebulizers, buzzing at full blast. Turkey what?
So I am going to surprise you now with MORE photos. Maybe I should just set up a link to my Flickr account…
On Flickr, I named that last one, “Zipline to Heaven”.
I just reread this and I wanted to say this is NOT my goodbye, just a ramble in the wind.
Over the Thanksgiving break I have some photos of the craft room to finally share!