Yesterday, I made the choice to leave the Blog Herald as a contributor. Choices like this one can take longer to make for some people. In my case it has taken about a month. During these past 30 days I have learned that yes, I am a blogger and more than that I am an artist who not only practices the art of writing but that of image making, designing and gardening to name a few.
It takes a special person to be able to report and write on the blogosphere. I discovered I am capable of doing so and am pleased with that revelation. The conversation here on the Herald has been eye-opening as it has been special for me. Matt gave me a chance and Abe extended that opportunity to me. I’m leaving knowing I did the best I could do. I look forward to being a commenter again.
I’ll be focusing my creative energy offline, as much as online, on my personal blog.
Cheers all and Happy New Year!
The following is a quote from Trust Each Moment as it is.
This is not so much a matter of needing to slow down as it a matter of priority to dig a little deeper into the crevices for the dirt that needs cleaning.
Jessica Doyle – emotion creator
Sorry to hear you go — all the best in the New Year. :)
Tony, it was great to get to write with you. I’ll enjoy continuing to read your thoughts. :)
It’s been a pleasure to work with you Jes, even for a short time. More power to you and your blog. Happy New Year too.
Hi Abe – It was nice to work with you too. I can see you are building something beautiful here on the Herald and as much as I want to be a part of it, my offline artist life needs tending to. Without the artist there is no blogger in me. Maybe, in the future our paths will cross again. I hope they do.
And Happy New Year :)
I know that wherever your heart takes you art will exist. The Blog Herald will miss you a writer, but I hope we’ll still see you around here. You’re a special one.
Liz – thank you. I’ll be around to read your articles. :)
I’ll miss you Jessica!
You brought an emotional balance to the geek-extreme BH. You’ll be missed.
Hi Darnell – An emotional balance – thank you. The balance of emotion within me has waxing and waining as of late and decisions are just as hard to create. Seeking solace…