Getting Back on the Horse

Okay, so my last post was in May, and at that time, I stated that I wanted to take my blog in a different direction. Meanwhile, the direction appears to have been nowhere. But appearances can be deceiving. I really have been thinking about it a lot. And I’ve come up with several topics that I want to write about.

A recent start-up blog by my friend Jane encouraged me to quit just hanging around the barn watching everyone else and get back on the horse. (To my in-laws – that’s figuratively speaking, of course; you know I don’t really like to get on the horses.) In fact, the format of Jane’s blog inspired me as well – short and sweet.  I have to remind myself that every post doesn’t have to be a chapter in a novel.

So anyway, stay tuned. No, really. I have some ideas about posting photos to share some of the things that bring me joy. I want to write a little bit about creativity (I finally got back into working on some of my crafts today – yay!). I’d like to share some thoughts and perspectives on how I cope with Fibro (or sometimes how I’m not coping, whatever the case may be). And I’ve got several other ideas brewing, but I don’t want to give all my thoughts away just yet. (Of course, I did write them down because my memory isn’t what it used to be. Well, okay, another admission to those who don’t know me that well … other than my awesome memory for work details, the rest of my memory has never been so hot.)

And to my loyal followers – please try to comment now and then. It helps us bloggers know that people really are reading and that what we type/write isn’t just for our own amusement/pleasure/edification/education/(insert your own word here). You can become a follower if you have a yahoo account; and even if you don’t have a yahoo account, you can add a comment by selecting “anonymous” – but then I would appreciate it if you would add your name at the end of your comment so I know who you are. Thanks so much.

I look forward to sharing more with you soon.

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4 thoughts on “Getting Back on the Horse

  1. Elizabeth says:

    I look forward to reading what you have to share. Can't wait for the next blog. You make me kinda want to start one.sisterredsummer

  2. Anonymous says:

    Aww…I loved that you used my beautiful baby, may she rest in peace. Miss her soo much but loved the reminder. Looking forward to your blog.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I really love the way you use a photo to support the theme of your blog. I have really enjoyed the themes you have posted in the past and look forward to your posts in the future.Angela

  4. Nina says:

    Elizabeth – I am confident that your blog would be a hoot. Gab – I'm glad you liked that I used Cash's photo. I hoped that you would.Angela – You know how much I love photography. It's important to me to use visuals as well as words. And one extra note – I meant that you had to have a google account, not a yahoo account.

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