Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Transitions

I've been finding it difficult to blog as of late.

In a blog fog?

Perhaps.

Or maybe it's more than that.

My original intent for my blog was to share stories about the events that take place in and around our small place in this world.  Chickens, gardens, birds, wildlife, DIY projects, photos of it all...

Now, I find myself in the middle of nowhere with only the things that fit in our 5th wheel or cargo trailer, two cats and a dog.  Oh, and the hubby, of course, when he's not at work!

I'm OK with that.

I have found that we really don't need all the 'things' of life that we think we need.

But it's the time of year when CountryBoy and I would be planning our vegetable garden, starting seeds in the greenhouse and preparing the ground.

I have no ground that is mine right now therefore there is no planning or preparing going on right now.

What I would normally be blogging about isn't taking place.

So, I find myself in a state of transition.  And, quite possibly, the blog as well.  Who knows.


I did plant some tomato seeds in a kitty litter bucket that can be taken with us if necessary.

We'll see how that goes.

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Till next time,



11 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

that makes sense - your normal 'spring fever' - isn't this year. i hope you will find a new sense of normal. :)

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Maybe your current situation makes it all the more important to keep blogging. You have done a great job of sharing your story, remembering the details. It's a wonderful photographic journal and helps keep things in perspective perhaps. You really do still have much to share. How is your sewing progressing? Maybe you can grow a little more in portable containers too. Your blog may have changed but you are still you and you have a story to share....
Karen

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

I was going to suggest a couple container plants! Hope they grow well for you:@)

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

Blog on my friend....blog on.

Debbie Linkous said...

Awwww...what they all said! Your blog is a great source of inspiration. You might not have the same "normal" as before, but you've still got a huge, gigantic adventure to keep us posted on! And I need a pic of that kitty litter bucket full of tomatoes. LOL

Marissa said...

I know about blog fog firsthand.

I'm glad you planted some tomato seeds. I hope they grow and flourish!

Big hugs from KY


Linda said...

Keep on blogging, friend. Your words and photos about your life are real and interesting.

Linda said...

Keep on blogging, friend. Your words and pictures are real and interesting.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Oh, I hope you'll continue to blog. I find your new lifestyle so interesting...and inspiring. It's something I'd love to do one day. I've enjoyed all your posts since moving into the 5th wheel. There are a lot of us in blog fog or brain fog right now. It'll get better.

Madge Bloom said...

A new normal, seems I know a lot of people (myself included) that are trying to find that new content spot... love that wide open perspective... Thank you for joining in 'Rurality Blog Hop #6' Hope to see you next Wednesday for #7...

Flat Creek Farm said...

I know this new normal has been so different, and most likely a lot more challenging than any of us (your loyal readers!) could imagine. I enjoy following along - it all seems pretty darn adventurous to me! Goodness knows, I don't even leave the farm that often. I do hope your plants make it! -Tammy

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