It’s been a long time since I’ve written a personal blog. I am incredibly blessed to have a few people ask me when the heck I’m going to get back to it. All my life I’ve felt like the-thing-that-nobody-wanted-but-was-stuck-with-anyway. (There are reasons for this and I’ll get to a lot of them in this blog.) To know that people are affected by my words and actually look forward to reading more validates me. You know who you are. I know who you are. I thank you so much. Please keep that feedback coming — the good, the bad and the ugly. Don’t be shy!
It’s not for lack of material that I’ve been gone. Quite the contrary; my life has been filled with new experiences, recovered memories and several epiphanies. (Again, I will get to a lot of that later in the blog.) I’ve actually been busy writing a professional blog for both Netter Real Estate and my own professional blog, Judy Cangemi Your Friend in Real Estate. Both are hosted on WordPress so I decided to move my personal blog here, too. I was able to move my posts here from my last site so nothing got lost in the move either. The only thing I dislike is the appearance (just like life, huh?) because I don’t think it reflects me very accurately. But I’m not going to get too hung up on appearance now (just like life).
With this new location, it is a new beginning in many ways. I altered the name of the blog slightly. It’s now called “One Woman’s Adventure Through Life and Recovery.” I’m still having adventures through this economy but it has taken a backseat to my recovery at this point…and that is yet another blessing.
So it is with a open heart that I welcome you here. Consider yourself warned that I will get quite personal. My writing has always afforded me a vulnerability that I deny myself in face-to-face contact…and after all, effective writing is always grounded in truth. Many people throughout my life have told me that my words made them feel less alone and the more of myself that I offer in black & white, the deeper I connect with others. Read, write, share. We are all in this life together. Let’s help each other through.