Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Blogging "Desert"

(Photo by Andrea)

Hello, fellow blogging friends.

I have a confession to make.

I forgot about my blog.

Do you ever have those days/weeks/months where you just aren’t feeling the inspiration? Maybe it’s a blogging desert that I’m walking through… I’m not too concerned though, I know that sooner or later words and thoughts will come back to me!

In the meantime, I wanted to share that (Hallelujah!) I got a new job! I will start it in mid-July. It’s very similar to what I am doing now (I work in HR for a very large organization… the government in fact), but in a much better environment. I am, to say the least, ecstatic.

Also, I’ve been practicing and taking voice lessons again (did you know I was a voice major in college? Yup, I was), and I also joined a small vocal ensemble that meets every other week or so. Music is so important to me, so it’s been a huge blessing to be involved in that. I’m hoping that within the next year I will be able to start up my own voice studio! That would mean quitting my full-time day job and focusing on music once again, joy of joys!

So that’s what is cooking over at the house of Posy. How about you? What is new in your life?


  1. So glad you got a job you're excited about! And I'm glad you're pursuing your dream at the same time : )

  2. Oh my gosh, that's so exciting!! New jobs are awesome. : )

    We need to get together so I can hear all about it...I just need marching band season to end first so we get our social lives back. I'll email you soon!

  3. @ Joye- thank you! And yes, it is so wonderful to have some time to pursue my dreams too. =)

    @ Cindy- I know! I want to hear about yours too! But don't worry, I completely understand about how incredibly hectic life can be. =) We'll chat soon!

  4. Very cool, congrats!
    That's awesome that you sing. I was fortunate to be raised in a classical music family. My mother was hard core. We saw at least 3 operas a year starting in elementary school. I'm a violinist, that's what my degree is in, and I used to teach. I liked the flexibility but I love the benefits of my corporate job. . .

  5. Jane- that's awesome! I didn't know you are a musician, it seems we have a lot in common! I agree though, the benefits and stability of corporate work is just too hard to give up. =)

  6. I was starting to wonder... :) I've had times like that too, where nothing of real interest seems to be happening. Lately it seems like I only blog on the weekends. The week days go by too fast!

    I'm so glad you have some opportunities to work music back into your life and that a new job opportunity came along. I hope it suites you better than your current job!



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