Tuesday, March 03, 2015
Hello my lovelies - would you believe it's exactly 3 years since I made my last post? Wow, time really does fly when you're having fun, or in my case finding myself, although truth be told there was a lot of enjoyment involved.
So many adventures that I desperately wanted to write to you about, the highs, the lows and the lessons learned, but there never seemed to be anytime to get it all on paper or perhaps I just didn't know where to begin, so I just left it unsaid. That's the thing about being a blogger that people outside the blogosphere never seem to get. Beyond the perks is the heart of a person sharing a bit of themselves with the world; whether it's our granma's recipe, our look of the day or our arts n craft project, we let people into our world.
There are times we don't wanna let anyone in, we want to close the curtains to the audience and stay backstage whilst we figure out how we're gonna play out our next 'act' in this play called life. It's an improv drama so we don't really know how the plot ends or even what's to come, but we've been assured the scenes will have a lot of intense moments. There's no direction, no director and definitely no script but it's a play all the same, I'm the performer, you are the audience and the curtains that separate us is the publish button - one push and the performance begins.
I didn't want the performance to begin, I wanted time to myself to live each moment of my adventures uninterrupted by the cheers or boos of the audience. Although I never really knew the exact time i would return, I never expected it to be this long, however I'm glad that it wasn't all for nothing - as in the words of Shakespeare "all that's well ends well." Did I discover myself? Yes, lets just say I discovered my identity and most importantly I am back and more passionate than ever!
Please join me in my new home aptly named "The Quintessential Girl," just a lil somethin I've been quietly cooking up over the past couple of months. It will be a melting pot of inspirations, encouragement and tidbits of wisdom that I've learned along the way. Oh and check out my recent post about what we can all learn from Madonna's fall from stage - less on the fall and more on the getting up and moving forward.
Hope to see you all there!