A Million And One Things To Do

So the short of it is I’m going to be doing a great deal of adding, subtracting, restructuring, rewriting, etc. on here.  When I started adding descriptive things and additional pages and drop-downs – well, some are good and some need re-doing.  I really want to focus my energy on this right now, so while I will still try to write posts, if they fall off of my plate, know that it’s a temporary thing.

I’ll also keep you informed of the changes, I’ve already implemented a few minor ones:  The page I have on my readers, which used to be called “Get Famous!” can now be found as My Lovelies.  People are still contributing to and commenting on that section, so why haven’t you?  ;)  And the “Photos” page is now The Pretty Things. Speaking of which, obviously I changed the header (the photo at the top of the page, for all of you not versed in blog-speak). It’s a picture I took on the beach, on the first day of my trip to Pensacola. Purty, ain’t it?

I have just grown a great deal more comfortable with being who I am on here, and I want every aspect of this blog to reflect that.  So anything that is stilted or lacks my very special sparkle needs to be adjusted or made over.

Also, I am doing some behind-the-scenes stuff on A Canvas Of The Minds.  I know I talk about Canvas a great deal on here, but it has truly been a very positive thing for me.  So I want to do the best that I can with it, and put my heart into it as I do into this.  I’m working on the whole balance element.

Oh, and then of course there’s that other stuff – phone calls to make or return, emails and messages to write, appointments and engagements to keep, trying to read.  I also have to find a new psychiatrist (still/again), so that will be a project in and of itself.

But don’t worry, I won’t disappear wordlessly off into the night.  This endeavor is far too important to me.


Moral of the story:  Don’t do anything by halves, put all of your heart into that which you love – but prioritize and find balance in life.  Balance is the key to just about everything.*

*I added this moral about a day later, because it wasn’t until I was writing my next post that I realized I had neglected to include it.

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13 thoughts on “A Million And One Things To Do

  1. Pingback: Listen, Listen. . . | I Was Just Thinking. . .

    • It is, Shelly, and I feel like I have spent most of my life working on it, either unconsciously or consciously. Lately my grasp on balance feels a bit like my equilibrium – and I know the two are related, I just meant balance in my life, whereas the issues I’ve had with my equilibrium are entirely physical.

      My point (after all of that buildup) is that my sense of balance really seems to come and go lately, sometimes I get it all portioned out right, other times the scales tip wildly one way or the other.

      Sigh. Nature of the beast, I suppose.

  2. Ugh, tell me about it. I have so much stuff piled up here on WP, so many articles that I need to finish for Canvas. And I have a ton of personal stuff I’ve been severely neglecting. *sigh* But we’ll both do great. We always do :D

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