My Return to Blogging

After a four and a half year hiatus, I have decided to start blogging again.

What brought about this change?

To put it simply, I miss it. I enjoy writing, I like the power of words, and a blog gives me an outlet to write. As I’m not sure that anyone actually will ever read this, it is mainly for me.

Also, I got a new laptop. I’ve been using my iPad and my smart phone for years now as my primary access point to the internet. I’m on a computer all day at work, so I didn’t really feel much of a need to have a computer at home; however, there are some things that a tablet just doesn’t do well. And anything that involves large amounts of typing is one of those. Husband and I decided that it was time to take the plunge and purchase a family laptop. And by “family laptop,” I mean a laptop for me, since Husband has his work laptop that travels back and forth to work every day.

I haven’t fully thought out my plans for my reentry to the blogging world. I know I want to continue to write about my knitting, with such fun days as “WIP Wednesday” and “FO Friday,” and I’m certain that I’ll review books I’ve read, and my other current plan is to start to chronical my journey towards my AAP Certification (more on that in a later post), mainly hoping that it will help hold me accountable to a study schedule as I prepare for the test in October. I’m sure there will be a story or two about my toddler (recently turned three) and my life in small town Wisconsin. I’m sure there will be more as I go along.


One comment

  1. Yaaaaaay!!!!!


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