My Blog

Doorway to Amaranthia. Now just what is that supposed to mean? Be patient, now, and I’ll tell you.

Simply put: Amaranthia to me is a place of never-fading. It’s a place that only exists to preserve imagination. The way you get there is through a doorway of expression. In a way, I suppose the path forms the destination.

One of the most beautiful things in this world to me is the capacity with which God has given us to express ourselves through music, writing, and art. And so, I created this blog (selfishly, I suppose) for me to express my own self. I’ve been in desperate need of an outlet. Also, I wanted a place to share others’ creations that have inspired my own; hopefully they will provide inspiration and an imaginative escape for you as well.

So what can you expect from this blog? Basically, my posts will consist of poetry (others and mine), song lyrics, my musings on life, quotes from people much wiser than me, and other miscellaneous-ities. This won’t be a diary of daily happenings in my oh-so-interesting life (ha). I probably won’t have any interesting tutorials to teach you. But I do hope that as I express my own self that I’ll be building a door for you to enter your own sort of Amaranthia.

Blessings,

Bethany

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3 thoughts on “My Blog

  1. onwindydays says:

    Haha, sorry. I always love to see the first post. It’s always really neat seeing how people start a blog and continue to where they’re at now. Imagination is key. It would be different if more people (not on WordPress necessarily, but in my school for example) had the sort of imagination that you have. But oh well, what can you do? Haha, keep up the wonderful posts 🙂

    • Bethany says:

      Oh, I do too! First posts are always entertaining. 🙂 And oh, thank you for saying so! I try to take advantage of the moments when my imaginative juices are flowing; I do hope they don’t dry up any time soon! xD Thank you for visiting and for the follow!

  2. onwindydays says:

    Haha right?! And no problem, it is a pleasure! Those juices will never dry up so long as you have an open mind and an appreciation of everything that is around you. But that is something that you already seem to have. So I wouldn’t be worried!

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