Yesterday – dressed a little more like a land girl than I’d intended – I went to the beach with Sarah. Since the day was gloomy and brooding we headed to Kynance, where the shore was filled with sea foam and the surf was crashing up to the cliff tops. I think for both of us, Cornwall is especially beautiful at this time of year; often misty and magical, like living mythology. Free of bright buckets and spades, beaches are wild and unruly again; filled with only the sound of the sea and delicately embellished with feathers, shells and wind sailors.
Time with Sarah is always therapeutic for me. My dominant character-trait, my most natural way of functioning is reflection. Taking in the world; observing, internalizing and then relaying it in writing or ideally spoken word to another keen world watcher. At my core I want to understand how the life works, how best to live and most beautifully and graciously spend my time here. In essence I have an acute appetite for insight, understanding and wisdom.
And well, I’m not entirely sure why I’m sharing this here. Before now I’ve pondered detailing more personal thoughts and reflections on my blog – at least something more in-depth than the simple documentation of everyday adventures. I’ve also thought about doing more “getting to know me” sort of posts – but do you guy’s really want a list of 50 facts about me? Either way I’d really love to know what your thoughts are. I’d love to know why you read my blog. What is it that interests you? Why do you come back? What would you like to see more or less of? Anything you particularly like or don’t like? Any comments that can let me in on what it’s like to read my blog, would really be appreciated!