And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair. ~ Kahlil Gibran

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Where I've Been

The truth? The truth is I lost my way. For a long time. For a really long time.

I would love to tell you about all the exciting adventures I had while I was gone, but even my immense imagination is not up to the task of transforming months of sitting on the couch with dust collecting on my nose into a story interesting enough to read.

I would also love to tell you that I have returned to the world of the living, and that all is well now in my world. That, sadly, would be a lie. I can only say that I have begun the journey back, taken just the first tentative steps, and I am choosing a different path this time. One that may (or may not) make this my last journey out of the Land of Lost. It's a process, and I will take it one day at a time.

I would like to say, however, that I have missed this. I have missed the friends I have made. I have missed the ability to share my thoughts and my life with all of you. And I hope I will be a better bloggy buddy in the future. One step at a time, right?

"See" you soon...


Gorges Smythe said...

I've said a prayer for you, even though I don't know what your difficulties may be. May the Lord guide you.

webb said...

Sending you good, happy thoughts and support. Hope that you will soon be able to cope with whatever is going on and find your way again - even if it's a different way.

I miss your posts and knowing what the barefeet folks are doing.

Take care of yourself.

jenny said...

I've been wondering where you've been. Best wishes to finding your way, I know what that is like. "see" you soon, too! :o)


cheryl said...

Sending a big virtual hug to you :) Looking for ward to your posts again .

Alcyone said...

Well there you are! Whichever path you choose to walk, just keep walking,heel toe, heel toe, heel toe, and so on. We miss you too.



Deb said...

Boy, do I know that feeling. I'm hoping to stage a comeback, but the words keep failing me.

Fr. Peter Doodes said...

You have no idea just what a relief it was to us all to see this post!

Your condition is called being human Barefoot; we all get it... no know cure other than time.