Tuesday, December 13, 2011


This year has been one of great change.  This winter I logged off for a bit following a year of  looking inward and connecting more with what is truly important.  Family, health, simplifying.  As much as I enjoy blogging I found that what I truly needed was time to myself for awhile. 

That, and I simply had nothing to say. 

Instead of adventures with birds, road trips and hikes into the hinterlands my time of late has been spent studying, journaling and holding deep conversations about the past, the future and the present. 

My past adventures were such fun and I promise new adventures to come.  However, my outdoor adventures were vastly different from what I'm doing now - meditating, looking inward and working to make necessary changes.  That has been my new adventure.  A more quiet, reflective adventure.  I confess it has been challenging but most rewarding.

I've relished the challenge.  Sought the challenge.  Invited the challenge. 

So my blog has been quiet.  I'm saving up.  I'm absorbing, looking at things with new eyes, recharging my batteries.  I'm living.

Merry Christmas to you all.  I'll be back.


Gaelyn said...

Nice to see you here in Cyberland once in a while. But I can certainly understand the need for Me time. Hope this inward journey is taking you where you need to be.

Happy Holidays!

trav4adventures said...

Yes, nice to hear from you again! I think we all need recharging once in a while. I've pretty much done that with my horse blog...I've let it go. It's raining and snowing and I never can make it up for their lessons, so I've backed off that blog. I still have two other main ones that I post to every day, however! :-)
Cheryl Ann

Hilda R.B said...

Nice to see you back again. Love your photo her. It is always a gift to see others photo. I think I learn a lot every day. Have a nice evning to you.

Carol said...

Happy inward journeys . . . may you have many, many deep breaths. Best wishes for the holidays!

Deborah Carr said...

The inward journey is perhaps the most important one you will take. I speak from experience when I say it takes both fortitude and courage. Once started, I'm not sure it ever ends.


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