May 13, 2009

Leaving My Comfort Zone

Well here I am, crawling out of my Hobbit hole and joining the big blog world.

I enjoy the little things in life like walking through the woods instead of pounding cement sidewalks. Smelling fresh air instead of auto exhaust. Homemade bread instead of packaged. Fresh vegetables over canned or frozen. Gardening vs. shopping ... okay, it's your guess.

You get my drift, I was born a country girl and I plan to die a country girl. This is funny coming from someone who's been confined within "city limits" most of her life. "City" meaning a population of 3,000 which in my world is still at least 2,990 too many.

So just like Frodo Baggins and Sam Gamgee leaving The Shire and crossing Farmer Maggot's fields into the unknown, so am I leaving my comfort zone and about to start a new venture.
Come along with me!


the Baitlady said...

Whoohoo!! I'm the first one to leave you a comment. Sometimes it's good to venture out beyond the comfort zone. Welcome to the world of blogging. I can't wait to see your post; because I KNOW you are a very talented, creative, interesting being. Have a great day my sister sister!!

Anonymous said...

I don't see any Tabasco Sauce.

Dar said...

Oh my, now how does one compete with your wonderful beginning into the, my dear sister, are a very adventuresome and undeniable, talented writer thus far......I am sure you will exceed all expectations on your new travels.......

Dee said...

This is just the best! I'm so glad you started a blog. You sound like good people to me. ;) You also sound alot like me. City-Folks used to call me city-hick when we used to live in the city (pop. 4000) lol

I was so happy to read about your blog in Mel's blog that I hopped on over.

I look forward to journeying along with you and reading your thoughts, ideas and anything else you may share.

Welcome to the blogging world!
I hope you enjoy blogging as much as the rest of blog-addicts do. lol

Wishing a peach of a weekend!
(((Hugs of welcome)))

lil sis said...

Hello there Cherdo Leggins
(a hobbitty name I gave ya! lol)
I'm just tickled pink that you are
bloggin' too...and without a doubt
it will be interesting.
Can't wait to see, hear and feel
whatever roads you lead us up and
down. Mels blog helps me to stay connected to the northwoods as
will yours. Yup, happy to see this. You go woman! love - me