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Connections

I have been working on this blog for a little over a month and it has been exciting and refreshing for me. Not only am I (obviously) so happy to have people reading my posts and commenting, but I have found a new source for knowledge, thought-provoking ideas, entertainment, and inspiration.

I am talking about the blogs that I have discovered here…written by teachers, parents, and authors. I love being able to read and relate to what each of you has to say and I love that many of you have expressed the same with my posts.

Deciding to go forward with this blog required me to make a choice to put myself out there and do what I’ve always wanted to do. It required me to trust that I had it in me.

As I work on making this blog what I envision it being, I have tinkered with the layout, the widgets, the images, and the approach I want to take. I feel like it is falling into place. I have connected all these randomly placed dots and I can see the big picture. (That’s not to say it won’t change, because you do know I love change.)

Thank you for reading, commenting, and providing me with inspiration. I hope our connections continue to grow.

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5 responses

  1. […] but each of these blogs has inspired me in some way over the past two months. I already feel connected to each of these bloggers. Each one of these people reminds me of a small part of […]

  2. I love change too! I think I am onto about my sixth or seventh theme. I sometimes wonder though if I am confusing my readers as to my identity – but then maybe that is what I am trying to do?
    Enjoy!

    1. Maybe you are destined to be a mystery writer!

  3. I, for one, am very glad you started blogging! Your writing style is easy to read, and your ideas are fabulous! You’ll find that your blog will constantly evolve…changing when you find yourself in a rut. Go with it. That’s part of the fun of blogging! Your blog becomes like your classroom…reflecting your personal tastes and life experiences.

    1. Thank you! Great analogy too!

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