with eco-vintage weddings, my wedding planning blog, i found that when life changed – when i got married – for whatever reason, i felt that even though i’ll always be looking for the pretty in weddings, and even though i’ll always love talking about wedding trends and about planning weddings, i knew that i was ready to (and needed to) move on from that conversation.
the same goes for what about sara.
as i embark upon a new phase of my life – big girl job and home ownership – i’ve decided to step away from this space, on a permanent basis. again, for whatever reason, i feel ready to move on to a new conversation, a new space.
that’s right – i’m not rinsing my hands of the blogging world. no, i love the way in which writing offers opportunities for reflection, and i’m not ready to let that go. so i’ll be continuing to write, this time at a new space – a space that i will share with my husband. we’ll be blogging our way through life as new homeowners, as not-so-newlyweds (we’ve been married three years next month), as not-so-new parents (our little guy is one year old now, as hard as it is to believe), and as individuals pursuing our diverse passions.
we’ve been throwing around the idea of a family blog for a while, and now seemed like the ideal time to give it a go. so, while i feel unspeakably grateful to all of you who have read my words, who have commented, who have reached out to me on twitter, and who let me know – in your own ways – that you enjoy my writing, i am ready to move forward and take the next step.
for those of you who are interested, i’ll be blogging (along with my husband) at our family roost, our new blog. you’ll notice that i’ve moved a number of posts from here over to there, so hopefully you’ll all feel right at home. i love the essays that i wrote in my time here at what about sara, particularly those that i wrote as i became a mama.
i hope that you’ll join me!
many gracious thanks for following along,