Oh boy, can I relate to this post. I've been wrestling with the decision whether to continue blogging when even my closest friends and family no longer seem to stop by. Everyone is too busy. Do you keep doing something that at times makes you feel so bad? For now, yes, because it is all part of getting to where I want to go which is to create something publishable.
...this goes straight to the heart, Susan. I have loved coming to your spot of the woods and it has been nothing but pleasure. And...even though I am just here in the cyber sense of reality, I have my cup of coffee in front of me, and I am enjoying your company :-)
I am very happy and pleased to be one of "those special people," Susan, encouraging you and egging you on. I have found that it is my biological family that doesn't care a whit about what I do with my blogs. I had to get over the disappointment of that. Not even my 2 children have the time to follow my life here in anothyer country. By now I can say it's their loss. For me, it's important to keep track of my life, kinda as a documentary of what I'm doing...for posterity, if for anything. Maybe one day, when I'm dead and buried, my family will find out what they missed. In the meantime, I will follow my own inner drummer and will sing right along.As long as you do the same, I will follow you here. You help to keep me "rooted" in the gypsie life, which I love. :)
I am right there with Dawn, sharing the coffee and the warmth with you Susan. Your blog is comforting, makes sense to me, and doesn't take too long...all the things I want to share pieces of my time with. I have not blogged in 3 weeks. I just don't feel like I have anything to say at the moment. And I think that is ok, because I will wind my way back to it and hopefully a few people will still tune in. The right people stay when it is the right fit. I am glad I found my way to Windrock Studios. Annette sounds like she was a lovely soul :-)
I am very glad you started your blog. It is one of my favourites. I often pose the same question to myself after nearly 5 years of blogging - Why am I doing it? It's only natural to wonder, I suppose but it's become a part of my life now. I'd really miss it if I stopped. Love your photos. And you xxxxx
And thank you for sharing • I agree with all you said .. couldn't say it better. I find blogging (and I am not really fond of that word - blogging - it is a strange one) helps me stay connected with the creative scene. For many years I worked in an office and had people to bounce ideas off of and chat and laugh with .. working at home is lonely .. sometimes I have a hard time getting the creative juices flowing .. that is where connecting with such talented people as yourself really helps me .. an inspiration you are! Many thanks ... and hugs too. Love the name Windrock and now the story. Very cool!!!
I - too - began without knowing what or where..and I still question everyday the why's of the whole thing. It's an interesting journey - for sure. Full of all sorts of unexpected detours and connections.
I've met people who've touched my life...People I wonder about during my day...You are one of those....I can't remember my why from then but I know why now...XOThank you.