This is great! How inspiring!! Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving me your sweet comment! :)Wishing you a wonderful weekend!
Dear Kass, thank you for the comment on my latest post, I am very glad to hear from you again.
Kass, I normally don't do this in other bloggers' comment sections, but if you get the chance, I'd like you to check this out:http://wwwshadowofadoubt.blogspot.com/2009/03/duo-over.htmlI think it touches on some of things you mentioned in your piece. I don't believe you were reading my blog when I first posted it.Though I'm a tiny bit younger than you, I, too, have been having problems dealing with aging. Nothing so much physical (though I recently found out I have high blood pressure--that sucks!), just the realization I now have less time ahead of me than behind. I now have that same sense of urgency that you mentioned in your piece. Unforunately, the speed bumps or detours remain whether you have that sense of urgency or not.Good piece of writing.
What fun to see the two of you together! Headed that way ...
That was a nice profile of you.
An excellent read. You must be very pleased with it. Well done.
What a great post, Kass! So inspiring.
Thank you again Kass for being this week's beauty. What you had to share is very profound and so helpful I imagine to so many people.
Great piece, Kass, and so resonant. I'm going to follow your lead and make sure I am fully alive when I die. I've already stopped living to please others, much to my husband's consternation but he'll get over it, now I just need to find the thing I really want to do, and do it!If you get that one woman show off the ground I'll be so tempted to renew my passport and come see it.
Beautifully written, Kass. I think it's most difficult to remember to live when gripped by panic that the end is hurtling towards us faster than we can keep it at bay. You are a very beautiful, brave person.Also, I love the new, clean, blog look.
How pleasing to see your graceful spirit celebrated in this way, your story shared further. Your renovation blog is its own version of a One Woman Show; can't wait to see what else you have in mind. xo
Thanks lot for this useful article, nice post
I was seeing whether I missed a blog post this week. Nope. Rats.Thank you for your comment, Kass. I had, as I painted and when I stare at the painting, a wholly different thought of the birch. I made a reply on the blog. But yours works, too! Except for the darkness. For me the only darkness is the emerging FROM.Oops. Too long. I'll stop. I miss your posts... and I have to be away from the computer until Sunday night.
You go, girl!
If it is a rewrite of Passing for Normal, it will be a smash. That should be a mag article.~Mary
I'm so glad I went over to read that Kass! It was very much what I needed to hear today. It was a honest and thought provoking post :)
Are you okay? Just thinking of you tonight, for some reason and I came to your blog to see...
stopping by to say HI. i'll run over and check out the crafting blog...been yearning to get back to creative lane ;)one love, my dear.
Hi Kass! I cannot tell you how much I've missed the blogosphere and your wonderful words! I just posted my final and closing post on Eye to Eye--I really hope you'll read it because you are one of the people whom I'm talking about as thank my fellow bloggers. Your frequent comments filled with encouraging words have always meant so much to me. Thank you from the bottom of my heart! I will be back blogging someday- I promise! Love to you, Suzanna
Kass, Thinking of you today after seeing your link at Claire's blog. xo
It's nice to know you've stopped by. Thanks.