Yesterday, I peeked in to read some posts from some of my favorite bloggers. I haven't been around for a while. No posts, no comments...nothing. I don't know what compelled me to get on and see what you all were up to yesterday but I did and this is what I discovered:
The talented and funny Vinnie continues to have wonderfully hilarious conversations with Mrs. C. (It's good to know some things never change. My heart eases with the laughter he coaxes out of me)
The beautifully descriptive and enchanting baglady has taken me to Mykonos. (It's true. I went to Greece. It was wonderful)
A brilliant, quirky and honest man, Mr. L Street discusses siblings, with humor and honesty. (Plus, he shares the true benefits of a zen garden)
My favorite paramedic, Spence, shares the story of an untimely death from his unique viewpoint. (His stories always provide a personal connection to the scene, through the people, the scenery, even the inanimate objects)
And this, boys and girls, is what I have learned...my life may feel bottomless right now but to keep going, I need to be connected. Maybe that's why I signed back on yesterday. I know I've distanced myself from everything for the past year, stretching the tethers that connect me to the rest of the world to the point where you could probably play them like harp strings at this point. This is one of the ways for me to link back in which is why I have linked a few noteworthy bloggers into this post.
Thanks for checking in with me too.