I have now been blogging for six years. Wow. Six years. Sort of unbelievable even for me. I started blogging right after Labor Day probably because as an educator at heart, September is the real start of the new year as far as I’m concerned. So it just made sense for me to start then. After my cancer diagnosis, it became too difficult for a variety of reasons for me to continue teaching, so I started writing and blogging. It’s still work, but I get to do it while staying in the comforts of my home. Do I miss teaching? Yes. Sometimes. But life is about changing and adapting, right? I continue trying to do both. I’m sure you do too.
As I start my seventh year blogging, my heart is filled with gratitude for you, my dear readers. Writing of any sort is a whole lot more rewarding when someone actually reads your words. It’s also a lot more fun.
So thank you.
Thank you for reading Nancy’s Point. I value your readership, comments and support very much.
As I continue to navigate the maze that is cancer and loss, perhaps as you do too; I will keep sharing some hopefully pertinent information, my stories, my opinions, my struggles and my hopes and dreams, too. I hope to hear about some of yours as well because we are in this together.
Thank you for hanging around with me the past six years, or however long it’s been for you.
And if you’re a newbie here, welcome!
Let’s find out together where year seven takes us…
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