So I’m back with Love Letter #2 a.k.a. Blog Post #2.
And this might be the professor in me, but I thought it might be useful for you to get a sense of my intentions behind my blog.
Back when I was deciding about taking a leave from my University teaching job, one of the things I told my students is that I was tired of “grading” them.
Instead, I just wanted to write them love letters.
And so it’s the same with this blog.
I just want to write all of you love letters.
It will be love letters filled with ideas, thoughts, sentiments to help inspire the creative within.
You’ll notice that the blog will often be written in one-sentence paragraphs.
This is because I’m trained to work with literacy learners, and I want to make my blog visually as easy to read as possible.
Sometimes my blog posts will be very short.
Sometimes they will be longer.
I’ve discovered that the blogs I read tend to be shorter and lovingly simple.
I will try to do the same.
Sometimes it will just be a visual because pictures are a beautiful way to communicate.
I will post only as often as I deem necessary, not more.
If it’s too much…tell me.
If it’s not enough…tell me.
I will occasionally use the blog to announce my programs and coaching offerings.
For right now, it’s all about nurturing you, and sharing the love.
So expect love letters, not marketing.
You’re a small list…so feel free to interact with me.
I read Every. Single. One of my blog comments and cherish them!
I value responsiveness and attentiveness, so I respond as soon as I’m able…
Sometimes, it’s not as soon as I’d like, but just know I’m always thinking of you.
For every class I have ever taught, I started it by sharing the following sentiments with my learners. So as we continue our journey together, just know the following:
“We meet as strangers, each carrying a mystery within us. I cannot say who you are. I may never know you completely. But I trust that you are a person in your own right, possessed of a beauty and value that are the Earth’s richest treasures.
I make this promise to you: I will impose no identities upon you, but will invite you to become yourself without shame or fear. I will hold open a space for you in the world and allow your right to fill it with an authentic vocation and purpose. For as long as your search takes, you have my loyalty.” ~Author Unknown
So yes, you have my loyalty for as long as your search takes.
Thank you again, as always, for reading my words.
Until my words cross your path again, know I’m sending you love, light, kindness, curiosity, inspiration, and as always, inspiring the creative within.
Holding open a space for you in this world,