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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Blog

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You never realize just how intricate and involved something is until you have plunged yourself into its core and discovered that you forgot your flotation device. “Well, no matter,” you tell yourself. “Something’s bound to come up.”

This, ladies and gentlemen, is the mind in its moments when it should be preparing for the new day. This is also the mind when it realizes it might be a few bi-weekly posts short.

Over the last two or three weeks, I have been amazingly busy and found myself saying as I exited each endeavor, “Wow – this would really be something to tell the masses.” It’s not until days later that I remember: “Oh, yeah – I have a blog now!”

I made myself a promise that I would not let this adventure fall by the wayside. That being said, a blog goes well beyond a simple online journal, and one must be mindful of how and what is written. I’ve thrown away several concepts that, though brilliant in their own rights, are not appropriate at this moment in time.

So, what is the point of this post? I could say, nothing other than filler. I could also say, a bookmark to display that I have not abandoned this project and have no intention of doing so, ever. I could even say, “I don’t know.”

I could say a lot of things. I choose, instead, to write and let my peculiar, late-night ramblings of incoherencies and whatnots speak for me.

Every writer, I hope, will read this post, smile, and say, “I know exactly how she’s feeling.”

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