Ah, April 22 and all’s well….pretty much.

I promised you, my readers, that I would launch my new blog today.  But as those of you who lovingly labor away at your own blogs know, it ain’t necessarily so simple.  Especially when your internet blinks on and off with every gust of wind… And there are many gusts tonight. 

This evening I stood gazing into the fridge and the cupboards, marveling at the vast stores of food therein, thank G-d, and thinking back to that frightened and starving little girl (that was me) who lived for a whole week on handfuls of after-dinner mints pilfered from a bowl on the kitchen counter of an acquaintance who hid her in an unused garage, until her mother found out and locked the door.

To that little girl I will dedicate my new blog.  I promise to link you to it as soon as it’s up and running.

But for now, this little snippet of a preview will have to do.

Copyright 2012 Laura P. Schulman all rights reserved

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  1. bpshielsy

     /  April 23, 2012

    I was thinking about you yesterday. I’m glad all was well (pretty much).

    Looking forward to reading on your new blog. You’re an inspiration 🙂

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    • I’m touched that you were thinking about me. I haven’t managed to get started on my new blog for a number of reasons… one being pure fear. It’s not going to be a picnic in the park, and I have to get myself psyched up for it.

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  2. I look forward to reading it! (I know i’ll have to prepare myself though)
    Best xoxo

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  3. After reading your blog, I have seen your posts before and after this one. I did a very dramatic change to my blog a couple months ago when I saw potentially the same things in my blog as perhaps you saw yours. One recommendation that I have is to keep writing about whatever is on your mind. I like that you have some more upbeat posts coming. However, don’t be afraid to write about the things that might go bad, because with mental illness there is going to be some bad once in a while, as goes with life in general. For me, revamping was an effective tool for self growth and self-help that helps me push and strive for newer levels of well-being. I believe that can be the same effect with your blog, depending upon how you go about it.

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