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Hoping that back means back.

Well, I have been meaning to be writing again for a while now, but one thing after the other always seems to come up.

I am also trying to decide how to incorporate the other blog, which I should have started a month or so ago, but I realize that some of my new meds have me moving at a slower pace than normal.  (And, yikes, I think I missed a few the last few days.) . I am also going through some reflection, doing some reading.  I am way behind on artwork, and my personal life is … well … personal.

I am thinking that this page may be a thoughts out loud, and silly image and anecdote page.  I have a few that should be ready to go, but I wanted to drop in just to try to get back into the habit of being here.  I truly miss my daily writing, as well as my daily reading of all that all of you have to say.  It may take me a bit to get back into the groove, but I will get there!

Once I get the first post up on the other site, I will make an announcement here on this page.  There is a way that I could move all my subscribers there, and abandon this page.  I am choosing not to do that, and calling this a page of it’s own as well as the other.  Some people that red this page may not want to read my ups & downs of sobriety.

Anyway, cheers to a continuation of a pointless journey, as well as the beginning of one with no direction!

 

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4 Comments on “Hoping that back means back.

  1. Welcome back…and I get to quote Rush lyrics since you said: Anyway, cheers to a continuation of a pointless journey, as well as the beginning of one with no direction!

    From the point of ignition
    To the final drive
    The point of the journey
    Is not to arrive
    Anything can happen

    I love your journey!

    1. I’ll have to check and see what time the band comes on. (And if any of us have any desire to see the opener.) I saw Thurston Moore there the other night. As the headliner, he went on at 10.

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