In Gratitude

With an immense amount of love and gratitude, I share that this is my final post on Tuesdays with Laurie.

When I started blogging over a decade ago, I had no idea the journey I was about to begin. I’m grateful for the online community that I’ve met, and am fortunate to call friends.

The fact of the matter is, I’m pulled in a different direction and must bring the Tuesdays with Laurie chapter to a close. The decision to step away is difficult but necessary.

Laurie Buchanan

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Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the years of your support and connection here. It’s meant the world to me.

With thanksgiving and appreciation,

Laurie

72 thoughts on “In Gratitude

  1. I’m sorry to hear you are leaving the blogging community, Laurie, but understand you must spend your time on the path your heart is calling you to. I look forward to the release of your new novel and wish you every success in your future pursuits as a best-selling novelist! πŸ™‚

  2. I’ve enjoyed the ride with you and understand the pull in a different direction. Ten + years is definitely a milestone. And, of course, I will subscribe to your newsletter.

    I’m thankful for your mentorship here and support of my own writing in other ways. Hugs, Laurie!

  3. IΒ΄m sorry to see you go as I enjoyed your snippets of wisdom. But I completely understand. All the best in your future endeavours. I have signed up for your newsletter so weΒ΄ll still be in touch. Hugs. xo

    • Darlene β€” Thank you for your continued support and encouragement. Thank you, too, for subscribing to my quarterly newsletter. And, of course, I’ll continue to see you on Twitter and LinkedIn πŸ™‚

  4. Laurie, you and your wonderful blog have been an inspiration to me for a long time. I am so grateful to have connected with you on “Tuesdays With Laurie,” and I look forward to continuing that connection through your newsletter. Thank you for all your wise words of wisdom! Big hugs, Cher xoxo

  5. So grateful for the ways in which our paths crossed over the years and for your encouragement and help in my book tour. You are the real deal. Wishing you all the best, and expecting the best based on how you turn all of life into an adventure.

    • Shirley β€” thank you, Thank You, THANK YOU for the years of connections, support, and encouragement. I betcha a dollar to a donut that our paths will continue to cross in meaningful ways πŸ™‚

  6. Dear Laurie, with gratitude I acknowledge the years of checking in with you here at Tuesdays With Laurie. I smile when I think about your solid dedication and commitment that I know you will bring to whatever you continue to focus on next. May your dreams have wings and fly forth wherever your words take you! πŸ€—β€οΈ

    • Jill β€” Thank you. Our paths will continue to cross as SWP sisters, and now SparkPress for me as well. You must published book three in your series, while I’m launching book one, and finishing up book two. Oh, what a fun ride it is! πŸ™‚

  7. It’s been fun connecting with you here, Laurie, but I’m glad to know I will still see you–and your growing list of wonderful books–in other places and platforms. Happy new adventures!

  8. I am really sorry to see you stop your blog, Laurie, although I am happy for you because I know it is because you are so successful in other aspects of your work. I always looked forward to reading it every Tuesday! Thank you for your many enciteful and thought provoking ideas, and, certainly, for those wonderful photos! You are very talented and determined and I know I will keep reading your words in other works! I wish you and Len and all your family β€” especially Luna – a wonderful, happy and healthy trip into the future!
    With Gratitudr and Love,
    Barbara English

  9. I am really sorry to see you stop your blog, Laurie, although I am happy for you because I know it is because you are so successful in other aspects of your work. I always looked forward to reading it every Tuesday! Thank you for your many enciteful and thought provoking ideas, and, certainly, for those wonderful photos! You are very talented and determined and I know I will keep reading your words in other works! I wish you and Len and all your family β€” especially Luna – a wonderful, happy and healthy trip into the future!
    With Gratitudr and Love,
    Barbara English

  10. I don’t know why I clicked the ‘like’ button because I don’t like this at all! You are my weekly ‘words of wisdom’ blogger, Laurie, and I will miss you. I wish you continued success with your writing and put the word out to Harlan Coben that he has competition so he had better up his game! πŸ˜‰

  11. Endings are often not easy. In this case, I’m grateful to know this door closing offers another window opening for connecting with you. I look forward to your next chapter.
    I will miss, however, so many of those who have posted here on your blog. I’ve appreciated their contributions and posts.
    I know your creative flair will be evident within your newsletter but will miss “Tuesday’s” creative inspirations!

  12. So sad to see you go, but I understand you’re starting a new chapter in your life and wish you all the best, always. Onwards and upwards! Thank you for all the inspirational writing over the last few years. I will miss you. ❀

  13. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours Laurie I am grateful for all your posts and having gotten to read your new book, I will be watching for book #2 in the series for sure Merry, Merry, Happy, Happy and keep on writing!

  14. Oh, this is exciting news. I love transitions and I know that you do, too. You embrace every day, every adventure and ever movement forward with love, compassion and a zest for life. All the very best – I am so happy for you.

  15. I love your post and I am grateful that we met, Laurie. Good to know that I can still catch up with your Instagram posts. (Especially since I am barely online)… All the very best in this new chapter ahead. 😘✨😘✨

  16. I am going to miss you but I know you are on a different road now. I appreciate all that you have done for me & I know we will meet again.
    Best of Luck & health

  17. Drat, has it been that long? I was there in the beginning and I am saddened to witness the end of this part of the Journey. I’ll admit that I’ve always admired how you’ve not only been consistent but original in thought, some little something to ponder on. Bless you and your writing career, hit that keyboard running!

  18. Congratulations Laurie! I know your new path will be successful. I love your new Newsletter site and look forward to hearing from you every month. Looking forward to your new book coming out in April πŸ™‚

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