My first blog post

If a blog is published and no one sees it, does it really exist? Zen koan for the night. I sit here in the late evening darkness, three stories up, window open, listening to the faint sound of rain which reaches a crescendo with each passing car. I have lived here for two years, at eye level with two church steeples, and I still marvel at my luck to have finally found my ivory tower, 46 stairs up with Navajo white walls. Two rooms, twelve-foot ceilings, flooded with north light during the day and celestial images at night. I am surrounded by overdue homework for my latest online art class, half-finished watercolor artist biographies on my bedside table, and the usual household rubble that comes from living alone and rarely having visitors. I am content, even happy most days. This blog already feels like a book in installments, perhaps a heartfelt thank you note to all those who shared the path with me for a while along the way. You will meet them as inspiration leads me down each of those trails. Enough that I have launched this project— the writing easy, navigating WordPress a bit challenging. We shall see where it all leads.

About Bobbie Herron

I sit here in my loft studio, surrounded by watercolor brushes and paints, fountain pens, sketchbooks, journals- wanting more than anything to write and paint at the same time. I am the fourth generation of journal-keeping women, starting in 1862, and I have read their words and between their lines. This blog was inevitable: thoughts on the unsung glory of women whose lives were recorded and transformed through their writing and art.
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8 Responses to My first blog post

  1. Dana says:

    It exists! … and I predict there will be many, many more readers before long.

    We are mirror images, my friend. For me the writing hard, WordPress easier. I’m looking forward to getting a deeper vision of your world. Congratulations!

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  2. Marty Greene says:

    I couldn’t be more proud and glad to have such a friend. I will enjoy reading more !! Fantastic

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  3. Celeste says:

    Oh Bob, you are way cooler every day that I know you. Thanks for the insight into your younger self, it was inspiring.

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  4. Jean Haley says:

    So glad to have found the you of this blog. Jean

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  5. Tracie says:

    Thanks Bobbie

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  6. Christie Sternbach-Feist says:

    Finally!

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  7. Kerry B says:

    You feel before of think. I am jealous. After 28 years of trying, I still have trouble feeling before I think. Kerry B

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  8. Ruth says:

    The blog exists, enjoyed reading it, and the artwork also. Keep at it❤️

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