On Turning 2 – A Celebration and Transition
I remember when our daughter Dana turned 2. Birthdays are always a celebration at our house and this was no exception. Party hats were purchased, special treats prepared and we all gathered round to celebrate.
Two meant that she was now our “big” little girl…no longer a baby, not yet a girl. By now, she was toddling toward knowledge and independence…trying to figure out the world and her place in it, growing day by day.
I feel the same way about Return to Sunday Supper turning two today. It’s no longer in infancy; it’s grown and changed along the way and will continue to move forward.
Thank you all for being patient with me during my hiatus. As you all know, family comes first, and I needed to put my undivided attention toward a family project.
I believe that if I can’t put 100% of my time and energy into a post and make it as good as it can be, I shouldn’t be posting it. It actually takes me days each week to write, photograph (yep, I’m doing all the pics myself now, no more help from hubs), edit…and if there’s a recipe, making sure that it works.
Return to Sunday Supper is no longer a new blog, but I don’t feel that it has reached its full potential. I hope in the future to return to the beginnings of the blog and tell more of YOUR Sunday supper stories. I now realize that in our hectic world, it’s hard for readers to sit down and type out a family recipe and share a brief paragraph about what Sunday supper means to them, but I’m going to keep trying.
This year there will be some changes. I may not be posting every week…and when I do, there might not always be a recipe. I plan to talk about families and communication and healthy eating as well. I’ll still be taking you with me as I travel…2013 looks to be a great year for that, starting with Australia!
I hope that you will again join me and together we will celebrate 2.