Yes, how can it be? I've worked so hard on Squidoo the last couple months I felt compelled to take a vacation and try something new. I think it is a time of regeneration -- a chance to re-think my goals, destinations, the journey, the intent. So I backed off a bit. I'm suddenly able to get more Squidoo Angeling done, which is a cool thing. But I haven't made a lens in a couple of weeks.
How could this happen to me???
Instead I decided to get my amazing Bigfoot blog back on the road. I whipped it into shape and am now enjoying the fruits and especially new friends I've made through the blog, like Linda Newton-Perry who is now sending me her Bigfoot column once weekly to post on my blog. How very cool is that?
So, why the Bigfoot blog? Oh my goodness. I've always wanted to see a Bigfoot, but have never been so fortunate even though I live in the middle of a Northern California forest in what is supposed to be a hotbed of Bigfoot activity. I got curious a few years ago, as to whether or not this town has anything to brag about regarding Bigfoot. Yes, we've got Bigfoot statues, Bigfoot businesses, and an annual celebration called the Bigfoot Jamboree, but are there any real Bigfoot sightings hereabout? Well, back in 2005 I couldn't really say... but now I can!
I've written about a few of the local Bigfoot sightings and am researching others. I intend to put together a chapbook of Bigfoot sighting information for the locals by next year's Bigfoot Jamboree. Then I can get a table there and sell my chapbooks and hand out business cards, and hopefully get more sighting reports. Well, it's a plan.
I'll be back to writing for Squidoo soon. I need to back off, get my bearings, and re-evaluate. Refresh my spirit, then everything will come together when the time is right.