Dear Friends and Readers,
I've had a full day writing New Year's posts for my various web journals. I hope you will look in the side bar to check them out and join me there. I have a new series started for Another Perfect Day 365 called Thanks-Living. It is an adjunct web journal to Another Perfect Day where I introduced what I will be doing on APD365. I will continue to post once a month on Another Perfect Day, and as the spirit moves me on I Come In The Little Things. Freedom in Christ is a daily devotional I posted in 2011. You can't sign up for it since it is not "active" but you can go to the site and read the devotionals each day. Take Joy Society features the group's get-togethers as well as a monthly piece on Susan Branch this year on the first of each month. I also add links to the tabs at the top of the page that I hope will inspire and uplift the reader. That leaves this web journal, Morning Musings.
I started this web journal so that I could connect with people out in the world. I've grown quite fond of you all and appreciate the feedback you give me in the comments. I say all this because I hope you do not jump ship if I do not post as often as I have in the past. I have no plans to continue with the monthly artist feature. As for the other monthly features, they may also go by the wayside, as well, if I find I do not have any ideas left after I've spent them on the other web journals. I'd rather not post, than post something not up to my standards.
The Annie Dillard quote above expresses what I hope this year will be for me--a time of discovering how to get in touch with who I really am and live that life. Writing helps me do that--writing about what matters most to me.
Part of that will be to finally illustrate my Gabriel's Tale story and self-publish it. Along with that will be an updating of my Poetry & Gabriel website--the ever-changing technology has rendered it's features inoperable. It contains the prequel to Gabriel's Tale. I've already written a second adventure and have ideas for a third. In addition, I have a dozen other children's stories I could illustrate eventually. This has been a dream of mine for a long time and I feel the time is right to put all my energy there.