This week, I’ve been reviewing my archives. Boy, have I gotten lazy! I used to write about things of substance on a regular basis but now depend on meme’s. I know how much most of you like the "feasts" and what not and I would like to continue with them.
Used to be that I wouldn’t post unless I had something to say. I’m still in the "figuring out" stage of where I am going to go with this. I so enjoy keeping up with all of you and realize that you feel the same about me or you wouldn’t stick around.
Let’s have a blog meme:
Why do you blog? Well, it started out as an experiment. I wanted to start writing again and I had been visiting msn spaces so I signed up. Now, besides writing, I blog to keep up with the wonderful people I have met here! If I am not able to be online for a while I think of all of you and hope that all is well. I even pray for you!
Have you ever met a fellow blogger? Yes, LollieMouse, Laurie. Himself and I were in Massachusetts for a wedding and Lols drove 90 minutes to have breakfast with Himself and me before the wedding. It was a wonderful experience and she has visited me as well.
Will you be blogging about the presidential race? Absolutely not. There is so much I could say – and want to say! – but I want this to be a friendly place and I don’t think political speak is a safe subject.
How long have you been blogging? I had my two year anniversary this past June.
What attracts you most to a blog site? That’s a tough one. Common interests come to mind. Humor at times. There are so many different personalities and styles and I find that I have become cyber friends with people I might not have ever gotten to know in the real world because we cruise in different directions. My buddy out in Washington state is so very different from me but was there for me when my family went through a crisis last year. A smiling new mom in Canada who kept me breathless and at the edge of my seat waiting for the news of her healthy, new son’s birth. A mum and a musician in Malaysia who I feel closer to than some people around here and that goes for a gram in England as well.
Blogging has become so much a part of my life that it is inseparable from my day to day existence. Actually, it is a wonderful part of it! I do not feel addicted as I am not tied to my pc.
I am blessed indeed. g