Someone asked me the other day why I Blog. Wasn’t it simply a form of attention seeking? Isn’t it just a little sad?I was a tad lost for words at the time, but now I’ve had time to stand back and think about it and this is what I’ve come up with.
My Blog is my constant friend. I can tell my Blog anything I like and it never answers back. I tell it whatever I want and it never questions my motives or reasons.Ok, so true friends don’t give away your secrets and my Blog makes every effort to shout my business from the rooftops!
But I don’t mind. Using my Blog I find myself able to say things I wouldn’t necessarily say in a face-to-face situation and that’s probably a good thing!
. When I started I assumed only family and friends would looking at it, but I soon discovered I had readers not just from the UK, but from all four corners of the globe. And as a result I have found new friends world wide as well.
'It’s part autobiography, a bit of a travel diary with a little social comment thrown in for good measure. I discovered I could write the odd poem, and my short stories seem to have something of a following. I’m able to litter the sight with photos when the mood takes me and all in all I’m chuffed to bits with it. So that’s what it is and that’s why I do it.
Mind you, he may just have had a point.