You may have noticed I’ve taken a brief hiatus from writing my “Turn, Turn, Turn” series… but I want you to know I’m getting back to work!
Several happy activities have interrupted my writing flow: a flurry of spring cleaning and home repairs that were crying out for attention (we’re planning a house move very soon, too); a two-part visit from my parents, the Luddites; and a very special week with my best friend from my childhood/early teens, who had never visited my home until this visit. (She lives in Edmonton, where my parents still live.) We had a fantastic time together, and packed every minute with talking, hiking, eating, thrift store browsing, and more talking…. We share a very special bond and never run out of things to discuss.
I thought I might squeeze some writing time in while all this was going on, but that was pretty unrealistic! Hopefully, many of you have been busy with happy spring endeavours, too.
I’ve just posted a light article about my recent, fateful venture into roller skating, which took place about one month ago, but is still resonating in my body, and not in the nicest way, either. Hope you’ll check it out and share your tips and embarrassing stories with me, too!
As for “Turn, Turn, Turn”, there are still more articles I plan to write; among them will be articles about finding a way to process and complete grief work, learning to trust God again, losing – and finding – my ‘religion’, and where Henry and I are at these days, both physically and spiritually. (I know some of you have been waiting for that article since the series began last year!) I hope you’ll keep checking in and expecting some new posts fairly soon… though I’m not going to box myself in by setting any specific dates. I put a lot of time and thought into each article, so it may take a little while before the next one is ready. Please be patient and don’t forget me!!
Thanks again for all your support, feedback, and online friendship. Sharing my story with each of you has been an incredibly healing and wonderful part of my journey!
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