The Jump

This begins the jump.

A lot has happened since I’ve written a post on here.

I’ve lost a loved one…

I’ve lost a job.

I lost me for a while.

I wasn’t really sure what I was supposed to be doing. Honestly, I was moving through life on auto-pilot.

However… After a lot of prayer, meditation, soul-searching.  I think I’m onto something.

I know without a shadow of a doubt that I am supposed to be writing. It’s the one thing that makes my soul sing. I know that without writing I’m not the best person I can be.

I have all these journals from when I used to write and I just remember how much better I felt when I got it all out on paper and now computer. It’s what I love.

I enjoy sharing life, building community, and engaging with others. I take delight in sharing the daily findings and musings of our adventures. My hope and wish is that we inspire someone to try something new, to do something they’ve never done, or to go somewhere they’ve never thought to go.

That’s the point here.

To share life, happy, healthy, holistic, and whole.

I’m not exactly sure what that looks like, but I’m sure of one thing. I’m going to savor the figuring it out part. I’m going to relish the evolution and appreciate the moments and memories it gives. My hope is that you’ll share and join in on the journey with us.

This is me jumping in… I’m nervous, excited, and thrilled for the future of Foodie Finds Home. I hope you are too.

Until Next Taste,

Lori

 

 

 

 

 

15 Replies to “The Jump”

  1. I know writing gives me the same joy, even though I can’t say I am setting the world on fire with it. I think it is a creative outlet for me. Welcome home!

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  2. Writing can be such a great, positive outlet when life throws hurdles in your direction. Congrats for choosing to take the high road in getting through these tough times.

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  3. I’m sure you’re going to do an amazing job writing and sharing your thoughts to people to give them inspiration. We all need to get lost sometimes to help us find a better version of ourselves.

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  4. Sorry for all your losses! Writing helps me with basically everything in my life so I find it a great pleasure to do often. Can’t wait to see what you come up with!

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  5. I’m sorry for all you’ve been through since you’ve last written on here. I value your honesty and transparency and even though there’s been heartbreak and moments of pain, I’m glad that you’re here right now – ready to reclaim your passion. I look forward to reading more of your writing. ❤

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  6. I am so sorry that you are passing through a storm. Just remember that you are not going to stay in this situation forever. You are just passing through a season. Keep holding on to that hope.

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