Hello everyone! As I write this, I am filled to the brim with excitement and anticipation; I teeter from laughing with joy, to crying healing tears. Changes are coming for me and for “See Ally Go,” and I cannot wait to share them with you!

You see, after all these years of trying to form myself into something I’m simply not meant to be, I’ve stopped. I’ve stopped pressuring myself, stopped making myself feel guilty and stopped forcing myself into a role I’m not meant to wear.

A few days ago I freed myself, found myself, and am beginning to live authentic to who I truly am.

Grass growing tall, reaching for the sky.

This whole process has been decades in the making. It’s a time that has been full of pain and sorrow, but has finished with an overwhelming feeling of love and happiness. I feel oddly safe and content, which I can’t say I’ve felt this strongly before, as well as excitement.

So, what is the change? Well, my friends, I’m diving head-first into the things that I enjoy. Not only that, but doing to with as much heart and soul as I can, unapologetically, for the first time in my life. This is the content “See Ally Go” will be showcasing.

I’m not sure how frequently I will be updating, but what I can promise is the quality of my content will greatly improve.

A photograph of small daisies growing on a cliff.

The content will be focusing mostly on my love of nature and the things I believe it teaches us, in poetic prose and photographs.  It will be inspirational, maybe even motivational, free of hyperlinks. I would like to upgrade that I can remove ads for this site as well, my vision is to have the site free of all visual clutter and showcase my expressions, but I cannot afford that at the moment. One day, one day it will happen.

I would also like to share my artwork with you here, in some capacity. I currently work with watercolors and it’s such a joy for me to sit and transform a clean piece of paper into something magical.

While I’m preparing for this transition, I hope that you are as excited as I am for this new epoch of my life. It feels like I am finally arriving home in myself, and I feel incredibly blessed to be in this place with the support of my wonderful husband.

A forest trail, heading up a dune, over several gnarly tree roots.

So, my friends, let us soon walk through the woods together!
Allyson

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