Thank You

 

Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it (drawings by Diane Mottl)

Drawings by Diane Mottl

Thank you for visiting.  It is my sincere hope that you have found something of true value on this site.  In developing this blog, I made this promise to myself:

I will ensure that what I post and tweet will be words that I can take pride in, words that have depth, have value and contribute something to the well-being of others.  My writing will come from within me and will be true to me.

If what I have written has reached you on some level, please leave a comment, hit the Like and Share buttons to your heart’s content (smile) and let other’s know so they can come visit.

Come back as often as you’d like.  Sign up for the newsletter (which has excerpts of all recent blog posts).  Sign up for the .  Sign up to have an email notification every time a new blog post is published.  Whatever works best for you.

And if you’re not coming back, I wish you well and hope you find what you’re looking for.

Namaste (the light in me recognizes the light in you),

Diane

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  1. says:

    Hello! One of us followed the other on Twitter way back when, and I’ve enjoyed your blog and tweets when I’ve remembered to look. I’ve been really busy so haven’t been the best about keeping up with people. But then, maybe you never noticed. I just saw that you unfollowed me today and it made me kind of sad. It seems that your Twitter account might even be gone. I hope that isn’t the case. I always thought you had a lot of really good and insightful things to say. If you come back to Twitter, please follow me at ccarrwrites.

    • Hello Christine. I do remember you (and the stunning photographs you posted on Twitter). I put up a “Gone Fishing” sign on my blog back in July, with the intention of coming back to the social media world after a month’s break. After several months went by and much thought, I decided not to return. I have put a lot of myself into this blog and am not ready to have it disappear from the web quite yet, but I did feel ready to say goodbye to my Twitter account so I deactivated it the other day. In December 2015 my blog will be gone too, but my plan is to take some of my favorite posts and drawings and submit them to other websites or publications. And yes, if I do decide to return to the social media world (likely under my own name) I will reconnect with you. All the best, Christine (and thank you for your kind words) – Diane

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