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soul searcher.

By kelly - February 29th, 2012

This is me and the clouds around my head these days.

Sometimes when you take a step back from your life you find truths you didn’t even know you were trying to deny.

Like the fact, that time is moving fast. And always will.

You’re in the real world now. You have to grade yourself.

You haven’t been taking care of those relationships you hold dear. You’ve missed too many inside jokes.

You haven’t been writing. You really need to start writing.

You have absolutely no idea what it is you want to do with your life.

You wonder what you are passionate about. Then wonder how you can survive off of those passions.

You don’t want lose focus on what counts.

To say the least, I’ve been soul searching.

I have no explanation of when this process will end.

These past few weeks and my lack of blogging has been strangely freeing.

Freeing enough to tell me that  I’m ready to try something new.

Blogger. A title I’ve enjoyed trying and learning from these past 10 months.

I’ve learned tons about producing content and keeping deadlines.

I’ve taken a billion – no –  a gazillion photos. And some of them, I am truly proud of and inspired by.

I’ve learned so much about myself.

About those posts that were just posts because I had to post.

About those posts that I knew might actually resonate with someone, anyone. Which is all I’ve ever wanted.

But I know, “Nothing is permanent.”

A statement that makes me feel safe to come and go as I please in this world.

Who will I try next?

(No clue.)

That’s the beauty of it.

Ask yourself – What are you doing now? What would you like to try next?

Truth is, the path to positive has always been something that’s inside of me.

It’s inside of you too.

It’s a choice.

To choose beautiful thoughts &  know when to shine through the rain.



3 Responses to “soul searcher.”

  1. Katie says:

    I love this post. Simply inspiring.

  2. Katie says:

    …and calming

  3. Jose says:

    Fantastic post… it has been awesome being able to read your posts everyday. It gave us something to look forward to while at work. Thank you for that. Many inspirational thoughts and quotes have come from this blog. Thank you for that. Your thoughts, comments, questions and answers have done something for everyone who has followed you for the last ten months, and for me it has gave me the excitement to see your what your next piece of art will be. And again, thank you for that.

    I am proud of you.