My new website and blog, www.umabode.com, has now officially launched. Please visit it and follow that blog to keep track of me.
Blue Sky Musings is going to slowly wind down. The site will still exist – but not as my primary blog. All of that is changing now. UmaBode dot com is the site I’ve been dreaming of for a while now. I’m so excited, I can hardly sleep at night!
So, go on over, take a look around, see what you find. I hope you enjoy the content that’s already up, and soon there will be MUCH MORE. Featured guests, the Following Bruce adventure, photo galleries, lots of writings…even some vlogging once I get the GoPro I’m planning for. Big plans, people. BIG PLANS.
I hope to see you there.
Officially counting down to the Following Bruce Tour. www.followingbruce.com takes you directly to that section of my site (pretty nifty)
see you on the road~
It’s a ripe and exciting time in my life. So much is being offered and I finally am ready to accept it all. I’m committed to fearlessness and spaciousness, abundance and creativity. Nothing’s gonna stop me now.
I’m creating a new website. It’s going to be a blog – and more than a blog. It’s going to be…
- collections of writings on various topics
- a more committed and focused presentation of my photographs
- chronicles of my bucket list adventures
- and more (yet to be fully defined and discovered)
My hope is that it serves and entertains many. Including you. Once it’s up and running, I will probably not be blogging Blue Sky Musings – the site will stay up, but it probably will not be updated. So, I invite you to follow the new blog once it’s revealed (hopefully by this weekend sometime).
I will post here with a link to the new blog when it’s live.
And, also, I wanted to share the news of my next bucketlist adventure. Starting April 15th, I’m going to follow Bruce Springsteen’s concert tour in the south. Looks like I’ll be hitting the following cities: Nashville, Charlotte, Raleigh, Atlanta, New Orleans and Houston. I’m not (at this point, anyway) planning to do the entire tour. Although, who knows. You make yourself available and ANYTHING could happen!
To say I’m excited is a bit of a freaking understatement. Although there were many years when I wasn’t listening to The Boss, he was a huge part of my life as a teenager and then again in the past decade or so. It’s hard to fully explain what he has meant to me, or why I want to see him so many times. I am hoping that through blogging about my adventures, I will be able to convey the depth of his impact on my psyche and my heart. I know I’m not alone. Just see the movie Springsteen and I to get a sense (if you’re not already on board!).