I find that whenever I go through something difficult my creative senses are heightened. After my sister died, I wrote probably the best play that I’ve ever written. After my best friend died of breast cancer, I wrote a book. After my father died, I wrote another book. After I went through the year of death when many more people in my life died, I minimalized my life and started this blog.
Now, with this recent major life change, this move to Houston, I am exploring yet another creative outlet – a YouTube channel where I make daily (or almost daily) vlogs about this experience.
So, I’ve been neglecting this blog and that makes me sad. This blog to me is like a cozy, cabin where I can hang out, think, dream and occasionally
run into some kindly neighbors with kindred spirits. We give each other space to create and process, but it’s nice to say “Howdy” now and then.
I feel like a mad artist at the moment, my attention is drawn to any shiny thing, I’m scattered, I’m smothered, I’m covered like Waffle House hashbrowns. But bear with me as I bounce around, flitting here and there.
If you’re inclined, you can stop by my YouTube channel, just click on the YouTube icon to the right under my Social sidebar or search for Jill Libramento on YouTube. It’s a different vibe. It’s more frenetic. Maybe not your cup of tea.
I just wanted you to know, dear readers, that I didn’t fall off the edge of the world, I’m just exploring.