The one and only Cooper added my name to a list of personal development blogs. Cooper I can’t thank you enough. Really.
This list was begun by Priscilla Palmer and is I think something worthy. I am away and won’t be really blogging until October. Sometimes other things have to take precedence over blogging. This would have been impossible for me to believe a year ago.
I want to think about who I add to the list rather than link for the sake of linking. I also have to add the complete list to my post and can’t do that right now. I did find a personal friend. Only her blog doesn’t appear to be working. CS call home 🙂
Many bloggers have inspired me in different ways but who has helped me grow? Many I believe. So I have to find some measure or scale to do this properly.
I am big on personal development, and I would love to someday not feel guilt if I don’t do blog things. Blogging has helped me grow so much that the guilt meter is working overtime with this one.
I do feel proud that Cooper included this blog as she is one blogger I have watched grow into an amazing woman.
Tune in later to find out. By later I mean anytime from tomorrow to sometime in October
I do ask that bloggers try to understand that sometimes a blogger has to disappear both to be a better blogger, and because sometimes blogging is a luxury we can’t afford at the time.
I do return comments and put work into my posts. The bloggers I admire are bloggers who comment on other blogs and don’t think that their posts are so important they don’t need to. I don’t understand why some bloggers send the comments back with one line acknowledging they received the comment–obvious, I think–yet comment on other blogs. That’s part of why I’m a bit down on blogging now.
More importantly I have other priorities at this moment in time. It’s nice to see “newer” bloggers so psyched about blogging. Please understand I love it also. Love it so much I can forget I have a whole other life.