Sunday, November 25, 2012

Abandoned

It's true, I've abandoned this blog. I'm not sure if this situation is temporary or permanent. I do know that I need a new focus and I'm working at figuring out just what that is. I've been trying to make a point to read more books and to do more things since I've been gone. I'm enjoying an internship this semester at Anthropologie (a dream come true) and generally just trying to soak up knowledge and experience for a bit without knowing just what I'll do with it. I wish you all the best.-Karyn

p.s.-For now, we can trade inspiration here, if you'd like.
Narumi

7 comments:

Tara Dillard said...

Your 'eye' is quite incredible, and enriching, to me.

Enjoy your time feeding the muse.

XO T

Karyn said...

Thank you, Tara. I appreciate your kind words.

Linenqueen said...

At one point in my life I was quite up against it. religion, friends, geographic solution, nothing had helped. Then I found a greeting card. It said "Beauty is its own reason for being". I let go of the angst, the need to control outcomes and I just allowed life to sweep me along. That was 1970. I got a PHD, a strong career as a research scientist and a much younger lover who has for the last 18 years treated me like a national treasure. I had to surrender in order to win. Ann

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