My friend DarcyLee named her now-retired-blog "In This Season". The title described her blog's mission...to help her work her way through a new stage in her life, one in which her role was being redefined as her children aged up and out of the house. Her blog helped her work through this time, celebrating her past role and learning to love her new one. Then it became superfluous and in her life's priorities, it fell off the list. Completely understandable, don't you think?
As for me, I found blogging for the same reasons...my oldest child was headed off to college and it was clear he'd not be living at home full-time after he finished. Suddenly, it was clear, this job I've loved so much had an expiry...and that was something I'd never spent much time thinking about. I was also hungry to learn new things...things about cooking, gardening, and home-making in general. It has been two years now that I've been blogging and I'm beginning to think my transition is almost complete.
I still love reading blogs and learning new things, but I don't feel as if I'm working through things anymore. I don't feel as compelled to write it all down, to sift through it all. With Superman overseas, I know my blog will continue because he loves reading about all the things we do around here and I have fun sharing it with him, but I suspect my blog will become even more random.
I guess what I'm trying to say is that I'll completely understand if this is not what you're looking for in a blog...a little of this and a little of that.