Phasing Out This Blog

I’m the sort of person who never says never so I’ll be careful here. I am winding down on my need for this blog — and I’m sure any of you who are still reading are probably happy for me and not sad at that news.

I began this blog to show how amazing I was to get over being chumped and left penniless. I thought I’d show the world my effortless exercise and weight loss capabilities, but before long, the pain set in and it didn’t leave for a year.

It was the most excruciating pain of my life — all 57 years of it. While, I’m hardly out of the woods, I can see the light. I’m a changed person. Other things are taking my interests away and that is a fucking wonderful thing.

I’ve started a blog that’s not so personal and focuses on my love of buying vintage goods and trying to sell some of it. I don’t know what’ll become of it or how long it’ll last, but I thought it’d be a nice change and might help my eBay sales a little.

I’ll put the link here just so you can see it, but please, please, don’t think I want anyone who reads here to buy any of my stuff — I really don’t want you to! You’ve given me far too much already by just being here and offering me your support. The Castle Moat: www.thecastlemoat.com

I’m sure I’ll still post here now and then, maybe once a week or so. We all know that 2015 is going to be my year and so I’ll need to come here and keep you in the loop.

Thank you, for the hundredth time, for being here for me. I honestly can’t imagine where I’d be without knowing these pages were being read by people who cared.

xox

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10 responses to “Phasing Out This Blog

  1. I wish you luck on your journey from now. Take care xxx

  2. Your new blog is neat. A great idea to supplement your ebay store. I look forward to hearing about your future successes.

    • Thanks, Cynthia! And I, yours! Are you phasing out blogging as well?

      xox

      • No, I’m not phasing out blogging. Just taking a break but not sure why. Mostly I feel I have nothing to say which of course isn’t true. And usually I spend so much time reading others that I don’t leave time left for my own writing. I’m just in a blogging-funk. I do have and idea for a new blog too. A way to journal my need to de-junk my life.

      • De-junking one’s life sounds very interesting. I look forward to it!

  3. I am happy for you, sincerely. Good luck in all you do. This will be your year. 🙂 Take care.

  4. One of my resolutions this year was to venture out to check out other blogs because I feel that anyone who writes, has something to say. So even though this may not be your focus at the moment as you change your life, it’s great to know you can always come back to visit old friends who appreciate your comments and wish you well. I visited your other blog and love the items. It’s joyful to see someone with a dream who made it come true. Hugs…www.intheknowwithro.blogspot.com

    • Aww, thanks again, Ro — you’re so kind. I don’t know where any of this will lead but feel I need to just keep doing it and hope that something will become clearer in time.

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