Occupational therapist by day. Soon-to-be-published author of romance (No Matter Why, The Wild Rose Press 2009, release date TBA). Writer venturing into the unfamiliar world of websites, blogs and hyperlinks everywhere.
Last week I got my website up and running. (Finally, after a seriously long time coming.) I was a wreck, but somehow I did what had to be done, everything all came together and www.joannaaislinn.com was born.
Everything came together. That brought to mind a catch term very popular in my day-job world: integration. Things coming together. Me owning them, making sense of them, truly understanding them. For me, those moments of revelation are usually a long, long time coming, but when they hit, when I say, “I get it now–finally!” I get so excited, I’m a bird ready to fly (or at least flap my wings a little).
So here I sit, fingers tapping, nowhere near where I want to be, but testing the waters with this first blog and looking forward to a moment of blogging integration.
Take a minute. Share your “a-ha” moment, that second you owned it, the minute you integrated it. It can be blogging, writing, crafting, cleaning, raising those kids, adjusting to a new life situation—anything, everything.