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Sorry for the lack of posting this week. I've been rather unwell and had a gazillion things to ...


Sorry for the lack of posting this week. I've been rather unwell and had a gazillion things to do. I'm not sure it's going to settle down anytime soon. Currently the future scares the s**t out of me. But I'm trying to move forward bravely.

source. 1. So Much To Tell You 2.Natalie Kucken

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34 comments

  1. Hang in there. Everyone goes through these periods. You are not alone.

    xo Marcie

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  2. im with ya with the scary future thoughts... but it's only gonna get better if you believe it to :))

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  3. HUGS sending your way!!
    hang in there, we are all here for you!
    xx
    callie

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  4. ths title caught my attention because I'm trying to do just that. Everything is so hectic these days that my focus is just keep breathing. It will all work out, so like my mom says
    "keep your head up high, and it is well with your soul"

    Fighting!!!

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  5. I know how you feel, I'm going through pretty much with the same thing. Moving, packing, preparing for an exam the midst of all the chaos. Good luck!

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  6. Sorry, but don't you think it's unethical (and sometimes illegal) to post pictures without proper attribution????

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  7. @Anonymous ~ if you read my blog regularly you wouldn't even be making that comment.

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  8. Oh Liss, it is hard moving somewhere. I found it extremely hard at first, but am totally happy where I am. I have made my life different and made the most of it. You'll find your feet.

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  9. @Sundari ~ thank you. I'm sure once I settle in to the new place Ill be fine. its just a bit nerve racking leading up to the move.

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  10. You spelled Kucken wrong, just thought I'd let you know.

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  11. isn't it interesting how when people write negative comments on blogs they're never signed in to their account? seems kind of cowardly to me.

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  12. Chin up chicken, if it wasn't scary, it wouldn't be worth it!

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  13. Very impressive!
    Thanks for your presentation and I appreciate that!
    Keep up your good work. I will come here regularly for news.

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  14. Your courage to accept things and move on really inspires me to be more <3 Hehe, I think I'm referring to your 3rd year blogging anniversary post =P

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  15. best of luck, sweets... i am sending lots of positive wishes and prayers your way. <3

    xo

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  17. ahh...the bottles are incredibly beautiful.

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  18. Hope you're okay Liss, chin up :) xx

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  19. I wasn't trying to sound "negative". I've had my photos taken from me and it's been reposted and reproduced so many times that I am not making any money from it.

    Aren't you afraid there will be legal trouble or if an artist complains? (like the whole thing with Obama election photos) Just to bring it up...

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  20. very nice. thanks for sharing!

    Boris

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  21. Future always scares me.That is why I try to live the moment, knowing I might never return to having the opportunity to do so.But mostly is is just a plan-to live the moment.I end up worrying about the future.
    I am sure that good things wait for you at the end of this long journey.

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  22. i'm right there with you. It's the worst feeling.

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  23. I'm rather frightened myself. I recently did a post about the misery that comes with a flood of "comforting cliches". I'll spare you and just say... I love your blog - it helps me escape for a moment from my fear of the unknown. Thank you for your wonderful words and inspirations

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  24. Imagine the thousands of people who love you and your work. Take strength from that thought.

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  25. whoa, this is weird, the post I wrote last night talks about how the future frightens me too.
    weird, but I really believe it frightens everyone, no?
    also, those anonymous comments are stupid. as long as you get the artists permission, and post a link, they love it. everyone wants their work showcased on a blog as well read and lovely as this.
    good luck with the future.

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  26. I just want to say about your blog that it inspires me every day. Whenever I feel depressed or upset and I need to relax and just remember the beauty that is in this life I come here. Thank you <3

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  27. @Louis Duke ~ aw thanks. I hope that people like having their work featured here. But the comments are because I didnt have credits on this post originally due to lazyness....which was very wrong of me. I usually ALWAYS credit because I think its important...but I slipped up on this one.

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  28. these photos are just lovely. ...and good luck with the future! i'm sure things will be just fine - you seem like such a creative and talented person. <3

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  29. Omg I would love to do some guest posts!
    I'm not sure how it would work though?
    ahhhh this is so amazing!

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  30. hello,

    sorry to hear you've been unwell - hope you feel better soon :)

    As for the future- i think it scares the crap out of all of us! But that makes it exciting too!

    Jade

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  31. Anonymous,
    It's ridiculous to compare Liss' use of photos -- with credit -- to the flap that erupted after Shepard Fairey created an Obama campaign poster based on an AP photograph.

    Maybe you're the one who should think about the ethics of writing snarky, inaccurate comments on someone's blog anonymously. (BTW, with sitemeter and all the other tracking systems, I suspect Liss by now has figured out exactly who you are.)

    Wrongly accusing someone of plagiarism may set you up for another legal action -- defamation.

    Just saying...

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