I looked at things from the perspective of how it would fit in the B&B blog. I curtailed my own opinion and tried to conform my writing for a blog that had national exposure. Oh, I avidly spent time researching online and trying different things to attract birds; I explored and displayed interesting gardens. And I learned which way to point the camera so what I discovered could be shared.
Once it was over I thought I could do these things for me, because I really love doing them. I felt like I had a ton of time on my hands. So I will continue to learn what I can about birds (in fact, check out this incredible picture I found online. This is a Jamaican Hummingbird.)
I am actually looking forward to the things I can accomplish in my gardening; I am also excited about setting the deck up this spring. Additionally one of the things I could have done better with the B&B blog is networking. Sadly, there was never enough time. However, that will change now. Some of my time will be focused on learning and sharing. Hopefully I can learn from my fellow bloggers, too.
But the underlying excitement I have now? From the time I started writing the blog for B&B I haven't picked up a paint brush. That was the whole point of my blog here, to learn what I could about water colour painting, and to share my progress. The title Cold Pressed is a painting reference to the type of paper used with water colour. In learning to paint with water colours one of the choices people must make is whether or not to use hot pressed paper or cold pressed paper. There is so much about painting I want to learn. Guess I just reset my goals.