My blog is experimental.
I throw things in that I’m not sure people will like or read or make them want to come back.
I take some things out for good; rework other things; put things back in without change just because I feel like.
Sometimes I post something and go about my day or night. Something has been bothering me, and I realize that I just have to take a word out, or put in another.
Blogs are fluid, and changes can be made at whim.
Blogs feel like living and breathing creatures.
Blogs are the one form of communication where mistakes can be easily (at first) rectified.
It’s one, communication tool and art form, that I enjoy, and that gives me great personal satisfaction.
I would say I don’t care if other people don’t like it, but does anybody not care if people like them or not?
It’s the degree of caring that makes the difference.
Not caring at all sounds almost not human; caring too much presents too many problems and generally is reflected in the quality of the writing.
Does anybody who writes, not write for an audience?
Sometimes I pretend not to; those could be my best and my worst posts.
Being me they can be best and worst in one post.
My blog and I, we’re finding our center together.
Sometimes the road is rocky; sometimes smooth.
I do so love an audience; and I have to admit that.
My blog and I, we’re here for the long run.
We like the attention; and we like to just post.
Anything wrong with admitting that?