Saturday, September 19, 2009

All Good Things...

Greetings to all.

As you all know my world changed on the Summer Solstice (June 21st) this year. My mother passed away and the event sent me, after the major grieving, into a wonderful world of contemplation and discovery. For the most part it's all been good. It seems as though CJ and have been closer and more in tune.

I had my 50th birthday last month. More time for learning, contemplation, enjoyment, celebration, and love. For sorting out truths and lies, reality and fantasy,importance and worthlessness.

So as we move from the Solstice to the Equinox and have decided to end this. It ends on a high note!
The journey was exciting, fun, and different. I had never done anything like this before.
Thank you everyone.
Don't misunderstand me, lovemaking is still as important and fun as ever! That will never change.

I won't be taking down the site, I am still getting comments from people reading stories from a year ago! So people can still enjoy all the pics and stories.
And please keep visiting all the great sites on my blogroll. Each one has it's own special offering.

So I quote:
Be well, do good work, and keep in touch.
~Garrison Keillor

Footnote: My mom died of Stage 4 small cell metastatic lung cancer after being a smoker for 60 years.
If you need help quitting check out: the Smoke Free website.


Alfie said...

I'm sure we won't be the only ones who will keep you on our blog-roll in the fond (if vain?) hope that you will return.

Red said...

Good luck to you, May you days be filled with happiness and pleasure.

Mr Mrs Manic Depressive said...

Good luck and best wishes to you on your journey. We're happy things have turned very positive for you. We're gonna miss you but, all good things must come to and end. ;) Thanks for sharing so much of your life with us.

John Foster said...

My condolences to you. Seems that we have a lot in common. Just lost my Dad to lung cancer as well, passed away 12/10/2009. I am turning 50 next month.
carry on with your blog and never stop for you are doing such a great job.