I can’t shake this sense that things aren’t happening fast enough. The time is passing very fast, perhaps that’s where all the speed is.
I put a photo of our #getsunflowered project on my Facebook page last night. When the sunflowers were there, I was so focussed on getting the courtyard finished, I didn’t stop and smell the sunflowers nearly enough. I’m glad I took photos.
A learning experience.
See those tall sunflowers in the photo – that is the patch where we had the compost from the last crop. Photographic evidence – composting works. They grew faster, taller and there were more flowers in that patch.
Since July last year my blog has been unavailable. I have missed making a note of life as it whizzes by and it seems much longer than less than a year that I’ve stopped. I still hope to restore the 10 years of writing, yet if not – here I go again.
In my absence a lot has happened both personally and at work. I am realising the benefit of recording what happens and making the time to pause and write down the important bits.
I’ve had the chance to meet a few bloggers through working on the Connecting Women Across Gippsland Conference last year. There are some amazing local voices. I blog for personal reasons. In the beginning I wanted to learn about blogging – so it was learning by doing in action. I found it useful, so I continued.
I’m re-entering the space with an intention to write better, to apply some of the things I’ve learnt.