27 August 2009

it's just not working...

I thought I could do it
I thought I could keep two blogs going
but
since I never really found what I was looking for in this blog
my heart just isn't in it
~~
so today
I say good bye to
my
unmade life
in hopes of finding a very "made" life somewhere else
and
maybe
just maybe
it's where I've been all along
*
thank you
for being along with me on this relatively short ride
~~
everyone of you made it so worth it for me
to at least try
*

10 comments:

cinner said...

Beth at least you tried it, maybe the time is just not right...buut your other blog is where I will continue to be. so I will see you later over there my friend.

Holly said...

I have to say, that I'll always coming looking for you at various places because I like you and I adore your work.

Like Kenny Rogers sings, "Know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em."

The Bodhi Chicklet said...

Toodles, Beth. I'll see you over "there".

Caroline said...

I enjoyed this ride while it lasted...

Mel said...

I think you'll find your way back here at some point..maybe not this exact *here*...but something quite like it...

I know where to find you..

~love~

Char said...

I enjoyed the ride too honey but like you find it hard to do two blogs.

You do what makes you so very happy and we will be around to play with you whatever you choose.

Barefoot from Heaven said...

Oh Beth I know it's hard work even to hold one blog and visit and leave comments with al these special people. So I totaly understand. Just promise to share these great pics on you other one. You're to gifted not to. Hugs Dagmar

Derrick said...

Hi Beth,

Just when I've managed to come over, you've moved! But you haven't gone away, which is the main thing.

Jeanie said...

Oops! I just pre-posted a link to your new blog! I'll get it out of there before it goes live!

I know what you mean, though. That's why CHopsticks is only now and then, and mostly books or movies or something like that. I can't feed it every day or two or three.

Claire said...

beth i love the way in which you experiment with life.