“All progress takes place outside the comfort zone” – Michael John Bobak
I definitely have a comfort zone. It is very small. It has been quite a while since I have posted here. Not really sure, other than we had Christmas and now are already almost through with January. I am thankful that everyone-including Ryan – were healthy at Christmas and that we had a great time. Christmas is a special time of year, obviously. It seems like it has been forever since Christmas, though it has only been a month. I know that most people dislike January because it is cold and gray. I, however, like it. Not the cold of course. But I like solitude mostly. Everyone has gone back to school and/or work and I tend to hibernate. I did make my (sort of) annual trip to West Palm Beach, Florida to drive my sister’s car down. It is really kind of fun even though it is a REALLY long drive. I also got to go to the first sewing retreat of the year. Everyone is so exhausted by January that we are not too motivated to accomplish a lot, and that is just fine!
So, I have decided that I need to get out of my comfort zone a little and blog a little more. I hope that eventually, someone discovers this blog and maybe it is helpful for someone.
I have not done much marketing for Ryan’s book. It bothers me on one level, but on the other hand, I did what I set out to do – I told Ryan’s story.
so, for those who have read Ryan’s book and enjoyed it, A HUGE THANK YOU. For those who haven’t read it yet, I hope you will do so.
And if anyone needs a gift for a special child, please consider Ryan’s Book. He would be so honored.
Please check on book overview for a link to order.