Rainbow Flag © 2011 Michael Carchrie Campbell

Time to start looking for the pot of gold…

I have always enjoyed writing and blogging on this blog. There have been the high points, as well as the low points, but all through all of it, I know that there have been people who have been happy to read what I have written whether it was worth it or not.

Since the beginning, I have endeavoured to write the best I can on subjects that interest me and ones which I hoped would interest my readers. I have not been blogging on this site for some months now, and a few weeks ago I asked LibDemBlogs to transfer my entry there from this one to my blog about living with HIV, HIV Blogger: living positively.

I have not had time due to law studies, work, voluntary work, and most importantly sharing my life with my husband Andrew McFarland Campbell to continue the blogging in the manner that I should like to maintain. Together with Andrew, I feel like it is a day with a rainbow in the sky pointing towards hope. Of course, at the end of the rainbow is a pot of gold, or so we have been told in this part of the world for years. The pot of gold is elusive just at the moment, but it is time for me to set to and find a pot of gold. What I suppose I am trying to say, is that I think it is time for me to stop this blog. It is time to move on.

Thank you to those who have read, commented, and those who have written for me over the last nearly five years. I am not stopping blogging altogether, if you wish to read more, please visit the website below where you will see posts from me from time to time. I am sure there will be others as well. That’s all folks.

If you want to follow me on Twitter, please do so at @hivblogger or @mjpbcc

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