Monday, December 31, 2007

Turning Point

Apologies for my long absence from posting. It’s not that I wasn’t thinking of you guys.

I’ve moved houses and am no longer living in a certain artsy district.

I’m not far away though, and I do have everything I need in my cozy new place: Pinky, Bath & Body Works Body Cream in the Sensual Amber scent (also, still burning with “Winter” scented oil), my riding and hiking boots, Diet Coke, Netflix, my bright red chenille throw, a copy of The Great Gatsby, FurGirl, soft corduroy slacks, and the world’s greatest light fixture.

If you are thinking I left a certain S-person off the list, you would be wrong. He is not, in fact, among the essential items that made the move.

There are a lot of things I could say about how I feel about that, but the truth is that, like so many things in life, somebody already wrote a song about it. So I am going to defer to my girl, Alanis Morissette, the patron saint of rock-n-roll relationship angst to help me out here:

I’d like to dedicate this post to those people who have selflessly extended a hand when I really needed it and shown an incredible amount of care and concern during these last weeks. You know who you are. The most heartfelt of Bizzyville super snaps to each and every one of you. I will always be grateful.

I don’t expect this site will turn into a train wreck blog in which I chronicle each and every painful step of my personal situation. This business of blogging, for those of us who are drawn to it, can be such a strange mixture of sharing and holding back. This is one of those times that really bring that dichotomy sharply into focus.

In any case, it may take me a while to figure out what I’ll be saying here in the near future. Figure it out I will, though, never fear.

And I hope you’ll be here with me when I do.


Patience-please said...

Welcome back! So nothing big going on with you... same ol' same ol' blah blah blah. Or.
Yikes! Sounds like you have everything under control - looking forward to more great reading at Bizzyville.

Suz said...

OK, you've got Furgirl and Pinky and that other necessary stuff.

And a bunch of us out here in the blogoverse. Wishing you the best and patiently waiting to read whatever you decide to write.


William F. Renzulli said...

I wish you well on this very difficult journey. It sounds like your are well prepared.

Mary Thorsby said...

We're here. Always. xoxooxomt

Greg M said...

Kat and I will be here.

ChristaD said...

Hang in there!

keena said...

omg, I shall call you at what is a decent time. Whens a good time to call you? I know Just how you Feel. I've vbeen in your hell and guess what. It's not permanent. One day the flames die down and you are just stronger and freer. Tempered by the fires of being human. You are a fabulous woman who deserves It All. Please know that I am here for you even though I am far away in california. Love, christina

Tim said...

Hang in there and get your cute butt back in yoga class!

If you need help getting your wireless working let me know. Anything to keep the lights on in Bizzyville.

tricia said...

hey suzanne, call me 270 217 9134 or email at when you get a chance. Got a question for you. And yes, anne lamott is incredible in so many ways.

take care,