Chancy Chatter

These are the potentially dangerous words of an over fed, under appreciated, tattooed, formerly pierced and occasionally purple-haired, wife and mom.

Thursday, September 01, 2005

The only thing that stays the same is change.

I apologize for my absence.

September is the birthmonth of my blog. I am not sure of the exact date because my original blog had to be "moved" and although I took most of my archives with me, my first week or so was lost. It's safe to say I started mid September of 2004. Guess what I am getting my blog for it's birthday? A new home. A new outfit. A fresh start.

For a few months now I have been feeling disgruntled and bored in this green space. My inspirations have changed and evolved. The subjects that once seemed so liberating now seem confining instead. I want to build a broader horizon for myself. If there is one thing I can not tolerate it is being boxed in, whether real or perceived, it is a feeling I loathe. Probably the new space will house the same old rambling you've come to expect from me but I'll feel better about it. I tend to be nomadic by nature, an urge that has been seriously suppressed in my real life. The people I love need stability and it's my responsibility to provide it. But here, where short attention spans are the rule, there is no reason why I can't go in whatever direction beckons me. If I see something shiny floating in the distance I can chase it until something else distracts me.

I am not sure exactly how I'm going to accomplish this yet. I am looking into everything from revamping at this URL to starting over at a new place completely. It seems like it might take some time. In the meantime I'll be posting at Infinite Monkeys from time to time. When I decide and get things set up I will most likely just post the link here. That way those of you who want to keep reading can.

Change - Melissa Etheridge

"...And so it goes
This too shall pass away
It cuts so strange
The only thing that stays the same
Is change
The only thing
That stays the same
Is change

I'm not so sure where I have been
I don't know just where I'm going
Hard as I hold it in my hand
I can stop the wind from blowing..."

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