I woke up this morning to a pretty cool blogging milestone.
50 wordpress followers!
A couple of days ago, I reached my 200th like!
My blog is blossoming.
I started this creative outlet of blogging, last April.
I had one post that month; and then, not another one until September.
I’ve since, became a regular poster.
For some years, I had lost my voice (not due to an upper respiratory infection) but mostly due to depression. I became less excited in my passion of photography. Many days, I would have to force myself to take pictures. And forget about editing.
I had stock piles of photos, with no desire in seeing them through to completion.
I’d like to credit my wonderful boyfriend, for pulling me back out from the cave that I miserably dwelled in.
I hadn’t felt love from a companion; or, for a companion, in ten years. I had remained mostly single throughout the duration.
I dated a couple of guys, for a couple of months; which I knew soon on, wouldn’t evolve into anything of significance. I can see right off the bat whether me and “said partner” would be a good match. If it didn’t click, there was no point in investing anyone’s time.
In a black and white world, there are two kinds of people out there. Those that can be alone; and, those that can not. There is no right or wrong in either. Just an observation I’ve witnessed.
I was an only child till I was seven, and the neighborhood I grew up in had very little kids to play with. In short, I knew how to entertain myself.
I’m an artist. I like my alone time to create my work.
After spending a decade alone, it made me realize how much more exciting life would be if I had someone to experience it with.
I just needed a little more patience till the right one came along.
And then I met Morgan. Our friendship blossomed into a boyfriend / girlfriend relationship this past summer, and I’ve never been happier!
He is as creatively driven as I am. He’s encouraging and supportive.
Most importantly, I feel the love again.
I also want to thank YOU, the readers, for checking in- following, liking, and commenting on my posts. It gives me motivation to keep up with my passions. I am grateful for the milestones that I’ve reached; and no doubt, would not have been possible without YOU.
Throughout this adventure, I’ve come across many lovely blogs that I enjoy reading. It’s a pretty cool community, and I’m happy to be apart of it!