[Editor’s Note: This article was written by the CTL’s Laurie Hansen. THANK YOU Laurie!]
By now, I am sure you’ve seen Will’s Hello Goodbye post. I’d like to take this time to personally thank each and every reader for joining us on our IL Blog adventures! When Ellen asked me if I’d like to write for the blog, I was thrilled. This was an opportunity to explore something I had never considered. Thank you, Ellen.
I was nervous about my new adventure, too. Thank goodness for Marla as her editing talent and comforting assurance allowed me to be creative while she watched my P’s and Q’s and helped me relax. Thank you, Marla.
Will’s creative genius is something for which I will be forever grateful. He showed me, and all of you, that tinkering is the way to learn. Thank you, Will.
Without the IL Blog, I may not have ever interacted with well-known personalities and, well, celebrities in their own right such as Dave Crenshaw, Peter Roche and Angela Maiers. I probably would not have interviewed Tom Whitby or Harry J. Getzov. Believe it or not, with the help of the IL Blog, I have made new friends. This is an experience that I will treasure forever.
This was told to me by storyteller Rubadiri Lungala, “In life we are all drummers and each and every one of us is looking for his or her own song… when you find your drums… play your song to the world, the world will dance to your music!”
Thank you all!