Ho Hum! What Shall I Do Next?


Ho hum indeed!

I seem to have been putting off this moment for months – or is it years – or maybe all my life!

This is a new development of my very first website that I created when I started coaching. I’ve come a long way since then, in terms of web development and my understanding of the internet. I’m not so sure how far I’ve come in terms of understanding myself, or my life for that matter. I still don’t know what I want to be when I grow up!

This blog is, in part, an exploration of that journey. I stand at a place in my life when there are new choices to be made, new roads to be taken and a new “me” to return to. I say return because I think I have been living in limbo this last decade. Pretty shut down emotionally. Much of it was spent suffering from and recovering from depression and now my youngest, Prentice, is 12 years old and I will soon be free to pursue new interests. However, I face, what has been a challenge for much of my life, in that I don’t know what to do next. And, I also have to decide, how public I want this journey to be . . .

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what shall i do


Can you expand your question? 🙂


Dear creator of the website. What did you decide to do? The website seems incomplete.



You are so right Bernadette. The website is incomplete.

I haven’t paid it much attention for a long time and maybe now is a good time to resurrect it.

Prentice, who was 12, when I originally wrote this post, is now 15!

I still have no answer about what to do next. But I’m looking at the question differently these days. Long story . . .

Thanks for commenting.

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