Day 13: Something New for the Journey

A great deal of my journey is wrapped up in this little corner of internet space. This is where I first started setting down words and learning my voice and drawing out everything I usually keep in. Find time for tea has taken a few detours and experienced some design faux pas along the way, much like myself, but this week Heather at Viva la Violette finally gave her the look she deserves. We may have a few kinks to work out, but overall I think she’s ready for the next leg of the journey. Thanks so much for your patience as I tweak things here. If you would like to receive new posts delivered straight to your email box, you can subscribe in the side bar to the right. Otherwise, you can find me elsewhere via the twitter and pinterest buttons at the top of the page.

I don’t have much else to say today other than Thank You. Thanks for stopping by and commenting and emailing and being all around lovely readers. Would you consider leaving a comment today? Tell me a little about your journey and what is resonating with you during this series. Tell me how hard your journey is, or how beautiful, or how funny. I love the funny.

Have a great weekend,folks.

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  • Michael

    Babe – I love the journey we’ve been on together. Couldn’t imagine doing it with anyone else! And love the new look!! Thinking this should coincide with a major haircut or something?!?

  • Susan

    Hello, I am an American, and a sometime-reader who lives in Zurich (near Enge, specifically). I am drawn, naturally, to words written by expats. Thanks for taking others along, as you walk through life in another country.

    • KimberlyCoyle

      Hi, Susan! I’ve seen you around these parts before:) Thanks for commenting. I’m in Enge every so often. Perhaps we could meet sometime?

  • Jillie

    Hello Kimberly…so very nice to meet you. I followed Michelle Derusha over here. Isn’t she just too funny?! I enjoy her writing so much. You also sound very interesting. And I love that you love the funny, because so do I. So we automatically have something in common. I am writing from Ontario, Canada. And I’ll be back to read more of you!

    • KimberlyCoyle

      Thanks for stopping by, Jillie. Canada is one place I’d like to tick off the travel list. I’m glad you followed Michelle over. Yes, she IS too funny and one of my favorites! Hope to see you here again.

  • Kimberly Amici

    Love the new look, love the series you are doing as well. The post that resonates the most with me us provisions for the journey. I am a runner too so I get how necessary gels/water can be. Music is the provision for my journey that I sometimes forget about. When I remember it, it nourishes my soul and gets me through.

  • Looking great over here, Kimberly (and your husband’s comment? Too sweet).

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