Once a JJLer, always a JJLer!

The alternative, is to stop learning. And that, is INCONCEIVABLE.

Today we bid a fond Aloha to Joyful Jubilant Learning:

Learning Healthy and Joyful Endings

I never imagined this would be one of the changes on our horizon as 2010 began. Yet as I sit here writing to you, I am sure this change was meant to be, as sure as I can be: It is the “healthy” part I refer to in my post title. There are those times you know, “it’s time.” You may not completely understand why, or be able to explain it well, but you know.

It is with a tinge of sadness, but also the greater joy of certainty and clarity, that I am declaring “game over” for Joyful Jubilant Learning

Well, we did say we’d be game-changers in 2010!

JJL has been a very commanding presence in my life since 2006, and so I have a rush of different emotions about this decision, however I mostly feel like this:

Sid the Kid Kissed the Cup by wstera2 on Flickr

You can read more there”””.. Learning Healthy and Joyful Endings.

The best part of this decision is the open space it gives Talking Story entry into, and believe me, we’ll step into it joyfully!

Comments

    • Rosa Say says

      Wonderful Joanna, thank you! So much. Your being here has been, and continues to be so important to me, and your contributions are always meaningful to others as they are so generously given.

    • Rosa Say says

      Fabulous Ulla, and thank you again for the private email you sent me; your words brought the bright sunshine of a strengthened friendship to my morning, and it still makes the day glow.

  1. says

    Hey Rosa, If you were trying to give us the slip it hasn’t worked ;)

    Here’s to talking story for a long time to come,

    We Ho’ohana together!

    Paul
    .-= ´s last blog ..Just Words =-.

    • Rosa Say says

      Never for a moment did that thought enter my mind Paul! I cannot promise that I will not start and then stop another website, but end relationships which have fortified my life with such magnificence? Never!

      And yes, yes, YES! We Ho‘ohana kākou, together :-)