Photo credit: Unsplash, Annie Spratt
Happy New Year to one and all. I really do hope this is a joy-filled, healthy, prosperous year for all.
During the past few weeks approaching the new year, I have become self-reflecting. I love to read. I love to write. I love to do needle art. I turn 68 this month. I am not young, however, I am not feeling old either. I realize that I am considered an elder. I need to share what I have learned over the years, some stories, and some experiences.
I am back. This blog has been around for awhile. I have written on it inconsistently in the past. I feel the pull to get back to it. I write quite frequently but have not posted here. I am sorry for my lack of sharing. So much goes on in life day by day. But, it is the same for all of us. It is easy to make excuses. There really are none. It is probably the idea of sharing that causes me the most problems. Perhaps I feel that what I write is not ready to post yet and then it becomes too late or forgotten about.
I belong to a few writing groups that help me immensely. This year there are two challenges in a couple of groups that I am a member of. Both of them require daily writing for 30 days. I have decided that this is my year to write and to continue to work on my website/blog as well as sharing what I write. I am convinced that sharing for 30 days will help.
Since I do needlework every day, I will share my art on here daily if possible as well.
Again, Happy New Year.