Where has the time gone?

It's been almost 2 years to the day that I last posted.  I just don't know where the time has gone and why I haven't kept up on my blog or why I haven't started creating again.  Does anyone read blogs anymore?  Seems like so many artists have moved to other media outlets.  For me, I still like the blogs and I haven't jumped on the wagon to Instagram or Snapchat.  I know there are others that I haven't mentioned, but I'm sure you get the point.  I just feel there aren't enough hours in a day to keep up with what I already have going on.

So much has changed, yet I feel like I am practically the same person, however, I haven't created.  I now work full-time and need to make time to create.  I purchased a new home a little over a year ago and I am minus one child that has moved out and purchased his own home at the age of 20.  I am so proud of Jordan!  He moved out right after he graduated high school and is almost finished with college (he will graduate in May with an auto-body degree) and I couldn't be more proud of him!  My middle child, Courtney, is moving out in August. She is attending MSU and going to become  a social worker. I'm so proud of her as well!

Maybe if I delve back into my blog, it will spark some creativity!  I miss creating and I miss the connections that I had made with some of the fellow artists. Seems like so many artists that used to create, no longer create. What a shame!  There were so many talented artists out there during the time I was creating.  I miss the good old days with selling on eBay.  It was like an addiction, so to speak.  Now, my addiction is poking around on Facebook to unwind and looking at everyone elses life and how they want you to see them, through their eyes.

I need to get back to my creating and do what I enjoy, rather than scrolling through other peoples lives on social media. I would love to hear from you, if you still follow me.  So sorry I have been out of touch for so long. Starting over....or shall we say, starting a new beginning is a somewhat daunting task and quite an intertwining endeavor!  Until next time (which won't be 2 years), do something that makes you HAPPY!

Cheers, T~

1 comment:

suz said...

it's nice to hear from you and to hear your kids are doing so well. Hope you start creating again - your work is so lovely and fun.