Love Letters to My Girls
I mentioned in my post on the Cliffs of Moher that I became inspired and that I would share this in a post. I have been blogging now for less than a year and a half. I think if you have been following me for a while or are just getting to know me, it is easy to see that I have been blessed with some amazing experiences that I have been able to share with all of you. However, after my trip to Ireland, and especially after spending too little time at the Cliffs of Moher, I became deeply inspired. I made a decision to not only share where I’ve traveled, but do my best to bring you, my readers, along with me. But I made a decision that in my travels and life experiences, I want to bring more than just the facts and opinions that I have on the places I go and things that I do. I want to inspire you to become inspired.
In order to do this, I knew that I would have to become a little more raw and more personable. The best way to do this is to take a new approach on my writing and sharing on my blog. I have decided that with each post I do I will be writing as love letters to my daughters. They are the loves of my life. I want them to be inspired to do whatever it is that they choose to do, as long as they are truly happy. I want for them to be fully inspired and along the way to love and inspire others.
So I hope as I make a few shifts in my blog, you will find the changes refreshing and inspirational. I hope that you continue to follow along and not just read what I have to share, but interact with me. Share your thoughts and feelings. I do have a few post obligations to finish up, and there are things I may choose to share that are just things I like or enjoy that may not be life changing, but in my travels and experiences, those posts will be different.
Thank you for following along. Thank you for giving me an audience to be able to have a blog. And thank you all for being part of a journey that I promise to do my best to inspire all of you.
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