but can you tell me who was the thief of time?
And now we welcome the new year. Full of things that have never been.
Rainer Maria Rilke
Fifty two weeks of blogging. Fifty two weeks to link images and words. Fifty two weeks of growth and direction.
When I started this project I wasn’t sure how it would look or where it would take me. I worried that it would become a self-imposed “assignment” that would loom like a dark cloud over my week-end.
The time has literally flown by though and this has become an enjoyable part of my week. Much to my surprise I have never had to struggle through the writing of the post and as an added bonus, I have a lot more clarity on my own direction.
It brings me great pleasure to see people from around the world taking a few minutes out of their day to see what images and words I have shared. Time is in short supply for most of us and I wanted to take a moment to thank those of you who have signed up to follow my blog, comment, or just drop in from time to time.
For me this has been a valuable lesson in not having expectations but just going forward and letting things unfold. Do it for yourself first! I know that I harp constantly on creativity and how important is it to feed it but for those of you who struggle with it, I swear that if you make a commitment to yourself to feed your art on a daily basis you will have more inspiration and ideas than you will know what to do with!
Merry Christmas, may the season bring you joy and inspiration and time with those you love… two-legged or four!
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Love the picture. I truly enjoy your thoughts and pictures. Maybe I will try to get inspired myself one day!!
Thank you so much Sheryl for sharing your amazing challenge, I have so looked forward to reading every one of them. As someone who finds it difficult putting their thoughts into “flowing” words, I enjoy your skill.
Does this mean your challenge is over???
Do have a very happy xmas.
Thank you for the time you put into your blog, Sheryl. You write so naturally, and share so generously. I come away with new pleasure each time.
What a lovable rascal! Best wishes for a white Christmas for you, as well. I know you enjoy the snow. Merry Christmas!
Well…that explains it then! Sheryl, your wonderful Blog is indeed a gift to us! Thank you 🙂 Peace, Health and Happiness to you and your’s.
Feliz Navidad to you too!