I’m not writing a lot here these days. I’ve taken up temporary residence in my head. And when I’m not living there I’m with my family and friends or outside enjoying some much longed for sun.
This blogging thing began as an experiment. I did it on a dare and it’s grown on me. This interesting, always changing place where I put out my thoughts and change my mind a thousand times and where I get to put a part of myself out there that I rarely see. I wanted to tap into another side of me that doesn’t get out much – the side that has thoughts that go ‘round and ‘round but never have a place to reside.
While I doubt what I’m doing here sometimes, and wonder if it’s completely crazy to journal to the rapidly evolving world wide web, my brain has a resting place.
I’ve been asking myself what touches my soul. What opens up my world? What challenges me?
I’m asking you guys the same questions. You guys – who have made this blogging thing so worthwhile. I would love to hear your answers.
In Mozart Bakery & Cafe
They make beautiful cakes, but it isn’t cake that I eat when I visit. And I visit often. I’ll get a maple swirl scone or a chocolate peanut butter bar or lemon cranberry shortbread. You know how I love all things made with lemon. If you’ve been reading my blog for a while now then you’ll know my deep love or obsession…whatever you want to call it…with baked goods. These guys completely indulge my love of baked goods. It’s in Walnut Grove next to Clancy’s and it is my new addiction.