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Monday, February 02, 2009

Back I am ~~{~@

I think that Imbolc is my favorite holiday of all eight solstices and equinoxes. It’s like seeing the sun break though the clouds, or smelling the fresh air, or seeing the end of winter. Imbolc is like having hope, after so long a time spent in sadness. I love that it is a sign to believe in the fade and flow of the seasons. I thought today would be a prefect time to return to my blog. Like the returning of light and spring, I will share my thoughts and feelings.

I was listening to this song I found, Fleet Foxes - White Winter Hymnal and it felt so right for this time of year, and point in my life. It has an excellent music video with it. Although the lyrics are somewhat mystifying and rather sinister, the sound is fantastic.

It has been a very long time since I have written. I have not have enough order in my life to desire to reach out to the world. There is so much that has happened around and to me. It has been over 2 years, and I am ashamed I have neglected this for so long. I really enjoy writing, and although it is still a little strange to me to be writing where people can see it I do not mind so much. I still have my journal I keep. So I plan of adding some of the past 24 months to the next posts. I would love to hear feed back. Of course I have to have people reading this to have feed back. Maybe I will get brave and tell some friends of this. Oh yes, I now have friends. I have changed quite a bit.


Thomas J. Brown said...

Yeah! Fleet Foxes! Awesome. -)

Welcome back, babe.

Keke said...

You are so fast. It still amazes me how you are always there. Not even a day goes by and you see it. I can't tell you how much that touches me. I don't know how to express my feelings, say by telling you I love you and thank you.

Jeff Scroggs said...

You have many friends and readers as well. :-) I hope things are going well up your way. Things are going very well down here in Etown. I've got a beautiful 1 year old daughter, Elisabeth, and we are having a blast seeing how quickly she grows up. Keep posting and we'll talk to you later!
Grace and Peace,

Keke said...

Thank you Jeff. I am always so shocked to find that there are people who read my blog. It’s the same feeling I get when some one knows my name and I know we have never met.
I saw a picture of your wife and daughter a while ago. You look so happy, as you always do. And your wife was radiant.
I can’t wait to start my own little family and watch them grow.
Blessed be.