I love the rambling path of the blogosphere. How I can follow a few clicks and find myself standing on completely foreign terrain.
I feel like I'm on adventure. I almost feel like I've hopped on a plane and landed in a distant land with all kinds of new things to discover.
I see that you are the creator of this blog I just found. I love the design. It's so fresh. I've never seen anything quite like it.
I love your photographs. They are vibrant and alive. They give me such an intimate peek into your life. The view is one I have never seen before but it's familiar all at the same time.
Your words resonate with me. Crisp, smart, heartfelt. After reading what you have written, I look at my own life and I somehow feel better about it. A smile is on my face and I feel a rush of appreciation for my many blessings.
I clicked around your site and read your "About" page. Your journey has been so different than mine. You live in snow. Your kitchen has granite countertops. You seem so organized. You seem like a kind soul. You have many children. You stay at home. You seem at peace about it. You are what I could never be and I need to come back and read more from you.
Whew. You have a subscribe button that can easily be found. I click.
Should I add you to my Google homepage or my Google reader? Although the homepage is always tempting, I decide on directing you to my reader of course. That is where all of my faves live.
I hope you find some good company in my reader. Gems are there. Hidden and not so hidden. Words and feelings and stories....all hanging out side by side just waiting to be read. I'm not sure if you will like how long your links will stay bold in my reader.
You see, the sun is shining and the grass is green. And my little boy with his blonde tousled hair is calling for me with a sparkle in his blue eyes.
I have genuinely loved visiting you but it's time to close the lid on this world for today.
I really honestly don't know if I will ever see you again. But I hope you know I will remember our time together. No matter how brief.
And I hope you know my intentions were good.