The previous post was short, but led so some awesome comments discussions. I so love when that happens, and I thank you all for giving me food for thought, inspiration for life, and lots to blog about in the coming days and possibly longer. The outpouring of response has been so great that it overflowed into my email Inbox and I still haven’t been able to craft sufficiently grateful responses to each of you who wrote. Some of you wrote as I was really struggling with feeling the pain of transitions I was simply not interested in making, but that I felt, somehow, that I must. Others wrote after I determined that who I was and what I wanted mattered, and that part of who I am is an introvert (though this is not an exact definition, as you will know if you ever come to one of my live shows!).
As I’m still pondering this so deeply that much of it has not found words, I’ve not yet found my blogging/writing voice on this subject yet. I know it’s coming, and I look forward to what I write. In the meantime, this lovely TED talk, recommended in the comments of the previous post by blogger extraordinaire Susan of 29 Black Street (a truly beautiful and inspiring blog by a creative an artistic genius who also happens to be an introvert), made me laugh and cry and breathe a little easier. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.