Thanks so much for all your kind emails all week asking if we’re safe from the fires. Fortunately, I was only evacuated one night and the fires only came within 5 miles of our neighborhood in Del Mar Heights.
But it has been a week full of fear and anxiety, horrific stories on the TV, and sadness for all the families who lost so much.
To be truthful, like so many others, I’m struggling to get back to work.
Some thing’s just don’t seem urgent or vital after a major disruption to your life like evacuating because of fire danger.
I just want to sit and count my blessings. I am so grateful I can get back to my home, my hubby and my two kitties.
I’m grateful I don’t have to reconstruct my computer files, that I have all my books next to me, and that I can continue to work this week uninterrupted, almost as if nothing happened.
But something did happen. And we’ll not be the same again. You can’t experience an evacuation like this and not be forever marked by the memory, by the anxiety, by the sadness.
In an effort to get back to "normal," whatever that is, I am reminding myself that I’ve promised you the following blog posts coming up soon:
- Continue with the Pathway to Profits series about making money with content online
- Continue posting my notes from Lorrie Morgan Ferrero’s Red Hot Copywriting Workshop
- Continue updates about our upcoming teleseminar on legal issues and protecting your business’ intellectual property and creative assets
There you go! I know once I put it in writing, I’m committed to doing it…