What we are today comes from our thoughts of yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life of tomorrow: Our life is the creation of our mind.
~ The Buddha
BH is back. Or I’m back, now that I’ve sorted things out a little. Mostly I needed to sort out myself as I misunderstood some of what was happening here at the blog (regarding the photos).
My apologies to those of you who subscribe to the blog via email. I’m guessing from the comments that you received a boat load of emails regarding new posts. I was bulk editing the old posts that I had switched to private, putting them back as public posts. Now that I know emails will go out like that, I’ll spare you and bring back the old posts one at a time, every once in a while. That way they’ll seem almost new. Maybe. 😀
Thanks for your patience while I figured things out. I appreciate it.
If you’ve been looking around Bountiful Healing in search of an old post, chances are pretty good that you won’t find it. I’ve privatized most of my posts for now. Someone has been lifting photos. That’s not surprising and I know it’s to be expected. The problem is that I’ve been lazy about how I put them on my blogs, making the full-size photo available when I didn’t intend to. That’s my fault for assuming things I shouldn’t have assumed and for being lazy.
I’ve left The Color Series and a few recent posts. I may add back some more later or I may decide to shut down Bountiful Healing once and for all. Whether I keep Bountiful Healing open or not, you’ll still be able to find me posting regularly at Life in the Bogs (where I also need to make some changes in how I post photos but that won’t be quite as drastic as what I’m doing here).
For now I’m considering it an almost-fresh start here at Bountiful Healing and we’ll see how it goes. 🙂
Posted in: Air
, In the moment
, Johann von Goethe
(Anglins Fishing Pier. Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Florida.)
Nothing should be prized more highly than the value of each day.
~ Johann von Goethe