Hi everyone! Popping in here at summer’s full bloom to tell you about some changes afoot at Trust Tending.
For the last 7 months, I’ve written around monthly themes, and posted roughly three times each week. I have LOVED working with themes, and grew so much because of the depth of focus made possible by them.
In the interest of sharing more real-time stories of trust tending from my life, though, and of making time for creative projects beyond blog content alone, I plan to post here roughly once per week going forward, and to experiment with going theme-less for a while. We’ll see how it goes!
(As ever, I’m delighted for feedback, and would MORE than welcome your input about what you’ve loved or found helpful here so far, as well as what you’ve found less so. Same for content going forward! And have I said already that I’d love to hear from you? About what you like or don’t like so much here? I would! Help me learn how my work can best help your trust to grow.)
Before complete themelessness happens, though, I want to devote August to a series of lessons I’ve been learning this summer about trust. From my chickens. :) There are four of them (lessons, I mean), and as I line them all up, I shake my head at the way each one has highlighted, for me, a different facet of the work that happens here. I think it will be helpful to make overt, like this, what trust tending means to me.
So…welcome, August; welcome, chicken wisdom; warmest welcome to new readers; and welcome, change of tide at this site, and all that lies ahead because of it! I can’t wait to share more about what’s cookin’!
P.S. If you’re new here, and haven’t seen the option of free sketches in the side bar, I hope you’ll check them out! Each finishes the sentence “Trust is…” and gives a feel for what this site is all about.
P.P.S. Part of my family’s recent move involved a change of P.O. box. So if you sent me something recently to the box in Redondo Beach, I’m sorry if it got/gets returned to you! I love mail, and hope you’ll feel free to send or resend to the new box in RPV (now listed on my contact page).