This blog is not dead (A lesson in apologies and doing the right thing)


I don’t usually do posts like these, speaking as myself (?) It feels like breaking the fourth wall. But I’ve recently discovered that you must do the right thing, even if no one cares. You must do the right thing, even if it’s a little embarrassing. This blog hasn’t been very active these past weeks (past month?) and I’m sorry for that.

It happened like many things do in Life, you don’t expect something to happen or to last very long, but when you look back, you realise it has already become a part of your life, a thing. Sometimes, you wake up and you’re 60 and you realise you’ve spent your whole life doing that job you swore you hated and pushing aside the dreams your little heart once held. But I’m lucky enough that I didn’t wake up to be 60, with a lifetime of regret. Sure, I’m a little old(er?) now (Although, define old) but if my ability to dramatise is still intact, I can safely say that all is not lost. It might be a little silly, going to these lengths for something like that. But this blog has become somewhat important to me, and it’s not silly to care about the things that are important to you, whether the thing in question is a broken old toy, an inside joke between you and your best friend or even someone.

So, this blog is back. And I hope you’ll continue to enjoy it.
Until the next time Life happens.

Anonymously yours,
Of All Things Beautiful.

2 thoughts on “This blog is not dead (A lesson in apologies and doing the right thing)”

  1. Your blog is one of my favourites on this entire blogosphere. Everything you write feels right from the heart. Sometimes emotional, sometimes laden with valuable life lessons shouting your personal experiences and sometimes arousing the tickling senses. It never ceases to surprise and inspire. Thanks for writing so wonderfully. Hope to read more amazing posts on this blog 🙂

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