Thursday, January 28, 2016
From the Sea
I've moved to California, where I go beachcombing every chance I get. I found a nice quiet spot that always has glass and shells, and also made a new friend. She is a fellow beachcomber and is teaching me all about the nuances of beach glass. She is my glass sister, I made this necklace for her.
This is the first time I pulled my beads out in two months. Maybe my muse has finally come out of hiding. I hope so! I want her to stay with me. I need her to help me figure out what to do with all the treasure I have found so far.
I've noticed a lot of my beautiful bead sisters have been quiet lately. Time changes our relationships, not only to each other but also to things, like our blogs. On a selfish note, I hope you can re-kindle the interest in your blogs, as they have enriched my life. But, I also realize there is a natural time for moving on. If the road leads to new things, than I can only express thanks for the time spent, it was well worth it.
At times our light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us.