Thank You and Bear With Me!

Posted by on Apr 16, 2015

Hello all. You might have noticed that I haven’t been writing as frequently as I normally do. I have not abandoned this blog! Quite the opposite, in fact — it’s amazing how this blog has become seamlessly incorporated into my life. Writing is never a chore or an obligation. It is simply my mode of being.

However, I am also a writer in my professional life. (Which I consider myself very fortunate to be.) The spring months at my job are extraordinarily busy. In addition to the sharply increased workload, I’m taking courses for my graduate program. When I get home after work (and, most days of the week, after some therapy session or another), I have to do homework, or enjoy the small amount of time I get with a husband who works viciously long hours, or allow myself to turn off my brain for a while and rejuvenate. Plus, there was the near-relapse of late, which means I’ve had to focus more intently on self-care and staying healthy.

In other words, just a little bit of S T R E S S !!

I wanted to take a moment to thank you, though. I want you to know that I truly appreciate your comments and discussions and kind words here on this blog and on social media. I read and reflect on all of them, even when I cannot personally respond. So, THANK YOU!

Thank YouPlease bear with me through the month of April, and probably May. I will at least try to post short updates or perhaps some poems just to keep the inspiration flowing.

And please keep reaching out, and I will reach back just as soon as I can!

Much love,
Joanna

One Comment

  1. Joanna,

    Your blog has made all the difference to me. It is like getting a deep breath of fresh spring air after being trapped indoors for a long and tedious winter. I also love the affirmations, positive quotes and all the other good things you share with us. By stepping back and looking at what you need in order to get through this hectic time for you, you are listening to your gentle inner voice while providing a good role model. I hope all goes well for you.
    Take Good Care,
    Robin