Blogging is a funny thing and it’s most definitely a personal thing. It’s not uncommon to find a blog, a voice that resonates and you follow them, reach out and connect. Some bloggers are prolific, committed, dedicated. Posting at least once a day. Others are consistent in some manner and then there are others that are consistently inconsistent. Unless blogging is the source of someone’s income, some bloggers take a break or go on hiatus and some decide that it’s time to move onward from whatever it was that motivated them to begin blogging in the first place. Sometimes we get a heads up or a farewell post, but more often than not, folks have to go, for whatever reason.
Such is the case with Complicit Grace. A blogger I started to follow before I started this blog. A fellow former HR executive on a journey with many side trips. A woman finding her voice and what a powerful voice it is. Honest, genuine, vulnerable and strong. I don’t know if she’s still lurking and reading through everyone’s blogs or if she is completely detaching from the inter-webs for a while. I can only say that I hope she has found the strength required to move forward, that she’s been able to run like the wind in throughout the Portland area, that she’s found peace but more importantly that she is okay. I am going to miss her. Truly.