"All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter another."—Anatole France
I'm heading home tomorrow. That will be 5 nights and six days that I've been out here at the lake. It's been peaceful and productive. I haven't finished everything, but I've done enough.
Today I hit a few walls and wondered what I'm doing altogether. Should I continue to blog here? Should I turn in my second book proposal or scrap it?
I'm nearing six months of blogging every day.
Can you believe that?
So I thought, maybe it's time to stop everything.
Kinda like when Forrest Gump just stopped running and all the people who had joined in on his run along the way didn't really know what to make of it.
But then I thought, it will change. Things change every moment.
Some days you feel like stopping and other days you feel like running.
That's just the way it is.
Besides, I have some really great interviews coming up by some inspiring people and pulling the plug on this blog would mean you couldn't read those awesome interviews.
So I'm going to wait and I'm going to keep going for now because that's what feels right.
Hope you are still here ;)
But one thing I know for sure.....time to leave the cabin and go meet some real live people!
Do you blog? If so, have you ever stopped your blog for any length of time or called it quits completely? Would you ever do that?