I pride myself in being an "on time" person. Yet I have missed my projected beginning date for this site.
I see I have one person, Ellie, who is signed up as my Google friend. I feel bad for not being here for you. Ellie, please accept my very sincere apology.
Late bloomers are special to me. (I am one myself) As I travel this creative path I am on I continually meet other "creative" late bloomers. This site will one day be active and a place, where I envision, to be a celebration of "creative" late bloomers. Not sure when that date will be but rest assured it will be one day.
Until that time, please come on over and visit me at http://www.asmilemaker.com/.
Hi, I am writing to encourage you to get up and get going, because when you do, it is going to open you up to meeting so many wonderful creative women. There is so much support out there and it is waiting. I'm a 66 years young wife, mother and grandmother. I just retired two years ago. Three years ago I started teaching myself to play guitar. Now I sing and play with two groups. I started my blog this year. I'm a reported for our county for a state-wide musicians newsletter, started in January, this year. What I'm trying to say, is never get caught up in being a late bloomer, JUST BLOOM! My husband just started his blog two weeks ago and he is hoping to get some followers . . . so how about I follow you and if you follow him, I know that he will follow your blog. It's just a courtesy that we believe in . . .follow your followers. Looking forward to seeing your first post, I know it will be wonderful...it all starts with baby steps. Have an incredible week . . . I'm cheering for you. Connie :)ReplyDelete
Hi there again . . . I forgot to give you Steve's blog address.ReplyDelete