The Lady’s Final Post

Dear Readers, 

Thank you for coming on this part of my journey with me. I am so grateful for your support at a time when I needed it the most, and it gave me confidence and to realise my capabilities again.

You can read more about my decision to pause and possibly retire the Lady In The Lighthouse blog here:

You Are Not Meant To Keep Your Foot On The Stepping Stone Forever
Musings on Life, Blogging and Choices
From Depressed To Blogger To Business Owner

The blog will still be active and available to read from now on. I don’t want to erase something that brought me so much joy and growth in a formative part of my life. I still think it is important for people to find it if they need it. A lighthouse doesn’t shine its light only if there are known ships out at sea, it shines just in case.

Take care, Readers. The light is always on.

“There are no goodbyes for us. Wherever you are, you will always be in my heart.”

– Mahatma Gandhi
[Image Description: Blackboard sign with a shelf of bunches of flowers next to it. The sign says "I love you once and flor-al".]
[Image Description: Blackboard sign with a shelf of bunches of flowers next to it. The sign says “I love you once and flor-al”.]

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