Yesterday, I took the TIME to follow some new WordPress blogs. And some new people decided to Follow Me. Indeed, I saw the following message:
You are following this blog, along with 1,947 other amazing people (manage).
If I’m following that message correctly,
- lots of people throughout the world are doing me the huge of honor of valuing this blog enough to follow it.
- WordPress is inviting me to manage something here, which I’m finding increasingly difficult these days (but I’m figuring it out, as I go along).
- WordPress agrees with me that my readers are amazing.
Yesterday, I also followed
- my son Aaron to his keyboard lesson and to the play he’s appearing in and
- my heart, intuition, and wishes as I walked around Arlington, Massachusetts, USA, listening to the Pat Metheny Group play (in my headphone/earmuffs).
If you need to, you can follow me to “Follow Me” by the Pat Metheny Group on YouTube.
Follow me now, amazing readers, to the images I followed yesterday in Arlington and then Watertown, Massachusetts, USA:
To help you follow me through those pictures, I’ll give you a clue: Aaron and I went to the Deluxe Town Diner (a favorite location previously appearing in posts here, here, here, and here) for lunch after his piano lesson, and that’s Kelly in the last shot (who has been following, with her kind regard, both me and son Aaron through the years). Previously, as you were following me through my walk through Arlington, you also encountered a music store and my son’s keyboard teacher, Tim Maurice.
I wonder if any readers who follow me can translate any of the difficult-to-follow signs above?
Follow me now, for a few more photos:
That’s my sister, Ellen in the last shot, showing me the beautiful time piece she was wearing, as we watched my son Aaron acting on stage, last night.
That reminds me that it’s time for me to finish this post, so I can follow my son to today’s performance.
If you’ve been following me for a while, you might know that I seek within to see if anything seems left unwritten, before I end a post.
This is what follows that, here and now.
Fear sometimes follows me around, as I follow my way through this world. I hope you follow me in this: please do your best to let go of fear. Marvelous things may follow.
Thanks to the Pat Metheny Group, Aaron, Tim, Kelly, Ellen, people who follow or are followed, and to all those who follow their own path (including you, if you follow).