Friday, January 2, 2009

On Starting New Things:

The start of a new year is as good a time as any to start new things. So I am going to be changing a few things around here. Some things will be moving to a place of there own, others will get a face lift, and some will be no more.

I noticed other blogs getting a face lift at this time which got me thinking about my blog here. I am not doing this to have the biggest best blog ever. I just want to have an easy place to have an exchange of ideas and have some fun with like minded people.

I have a firm belief that life is fluid and not stagnant so changes are part of the process. And as I move along this blogging river I am changed also so the changes in me will of course be reflected in my blogging.

I do want to try to continue Blogging daily as I have so far. I like the discipline and the challenge that is in it for me. So I don’t want to hang an under reconstruction sign and disappear for a while and come back all shining new. The changes won’t come all at once and if something changed that you don’t like I’m open to hear you out so feel free to chime in with feed back.

The Epitaph of the Week spot will remain. And I will be bringing back the Epitaph contest but I’m not sure if it will be a weekly thing or not at this point. (This is more of a time factor thing then anything else.) There will be knitting and crafts. Ideas, thoughts and silliness will still spill fourth as before.

I know that not all change is good. And some of the things I put out there will turn out to be a flop. But I will try to do my best to put together a good blog and not just throw things together and hope that they work out.

This is a place I feel good about and I don’t want to have a place I’m uncomfortable with. So if I loose a few people who don’t like the changes and move on, I’m glad for them that they know their own minds. I’m not a puppet to popularity. I’ll be doing my own thing and hope you enjoy what you find here.

1 comment:

Mouse said...

I'm glad you're keeping the daily posting.. I really enjoy reading you over my morning cup of tea. Happy New Year! I love your paper toys - I spent New Years Eve and most of yesterday playing my goth-ed up version of Sims 1 and building creepy houses with tombstones and decaying pumpkin patches in the yards.