Then, I found this:
I found the image of the woman collapsed at the shore to be otherworldly and intriguing. I loved it from the beginning. I loved that the smaller woman at the shore had noticed her there. I loved the size and I love that the larger woman had her arm around a house. And that hospital bracelet is tell-tale, wonderful and bothersome.
My interest was there with this company and I wanted to know more, so I continued to follow links. Happy to see they had an opinion on blogging. They are definitely recommending Word Press, which I have already imagined I will transition to in time. I have reserved the domain name csellington.com and am eager to use it, but things have just been busy lately. I will be building my own website. I will eventually figure out how to do this, or run into someone who can give me manageable steps. I look forward to it.
I am at the beginning and have a lot to learn. That is a great way to approach life, though – never assuming we are the experts, leaving room for humility. It has been a good week, I have accomplished much. I am also investing in my relationships, which is such a good and welcome and balancing thing. Next up is get rid of this cold. Thinking of making a point to gain a little down time over the weekend. Thanks for listening. I love writing, I hope that is apparent in the text.
Life of Pi has a quote that says something such as rest and sleep are the best nurses. I agree but I will also add the importance of love and nurturing, the tenderest of care that is entirely appealing. Who doesn’t want that when sick or any other time – I have a daughter that brings that to me, as I am finally resting in bed. May all be well.
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