It's hard to believe I have been blogging about the Rubik's Cube and writing for over two years. Especially since I never thought it would last much beyond my "10 Ways Writing is Like the Rubik's Cube" post.
This blog began mostly out of curiosity. Just how far could I stretch it? Could I continue to make new connections between something so technical and something else so abstract?
I'm happy to say, yes. The ideas continue to come. This is part of the creative process and I love it. Making connections that were not there before. Uncovering personal truths by challenging myself and pushing the limits.
I feel like I have accomplished my goals here. But being the kind of person who enjoys pain and thrives on challenges, I must set new goals. Truthfully, I'm not sure exactly where those new, lofty goals lie. And thus, I will be taking a hiatus from my blog for a few months while I figure it out.
Honestly, I never thought I would have any visitors to the blog -- let alone followers. Thank you. I am grateful to all of you and your wonderful comments. I look forward to reengaging with you all very soon!
I also never thought I would write a novel in 30 days or be able to solve the Rubik's Cube blindfolded. But none of that would have been possible without the discipline of blogging and encouragement from the writing community. I hope you will be encouraged to set new and higher goals for yourself, too.
Thank you for your support. See you soon!