Thursday, January 15, 2015

I'm back

At the Conrad Hotel in Hong Kong
After a nearly two year hiatus from blogging, I'm quite pleased to resurrect my little old blog. I'm a free spirit now, on several levels. It is time to dust it off and return to the pleasures of writing here once again. Life is exceptionally good, and always interesting, therefore I blog.

I'm grateful for all the blessings and wonderful experiences in my life, therefore I blog.

Like most people in their mid 40's, I'm evolving and transitioning along on this journey of life, therefore I blog.

Things certainly have changed since I started this blog in 2006. As I return to the blogosphere, my posts will certainly be quite different than when it all started nine years ago. Not only have I spiritually and emotionally evolved, I have also changed physically--I lost 20 pounds this past year. It still surprises me to look back at photos of myself and how bloated I looked. Today I'm lean, fit, happy and healthy. More on that some other day.

Over the past few years I've developed some strong ties within Asia. I am proud to consider several special people in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Thailand and Japan as my friends and some even like family. Those people and experiences have changed my life forever.  For now, this brief post is simply a chance to say "I'm back!"


Rich said...

Welcome back, Rick! I've missed your blog.


kenju said...

I agree with Rich! Welcome back.

Rick Rockhill said...

Thank you, Rich and Judy (kanju)

KathyA said...

I'm still evolving and am 63! Good for you that you've embraced change.

Maggie Moo said...

This just makes me so happy...I've missed you!

Congratulations on it all. Welcome back!

Jean(ie) said...

I missed you! So glad to see you again!!!!!

Jean(ie) said...

I missed you! So glad to see you again!!!!!

lime said...

Welcome back. Mid 40s have been a time of transformation for me too.


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