Tuesday, May 16, 2006

99 Blogs and Still Going

When it comes to blogging and sharing all of your personal information on the World Wide Web, it makes me wonder what the hell was I thinking. I first thought Number Twelve was crazy. Two months after she started her blog I then decided to venture onto my online journaling experience. In addition to Number Twelve I was already reading Frema, Sambo, and Brooke, so why not? For me it has been the most positive, exhilarating, and addicting experience and I must mention the relationships that have been developed with my blogger buddies. It is kind of like on-line therapy plus it is FREE. I chose to write and share what I want, when I want, and how I want. For those who enjoy it great, for others who don't, no big deal.

By the way, the next post will be the big 100.

11 comments:

Sicilian said...

I agree with you. . . blogging is therapy. . . blogging is addicting. . . blogging is a way for me to be creative.
Ciao

Tab said...

cha!You so wunnerfull :)

DayByDay4-2Day said...

I wasn't reading anyone when I started writing. I just needed to validate to myself that I was a person, and that my feelings meant something. Then one day someone left a comment.

Lacey said...

Congrads! I too feel as if it is a place to vent.....even though hardly anyone reads it!

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Sambo V. said...

Wow, 99 posts already! Congratulations. ;) I'm glad you blog and that enjoy it so much. I love reading your posts! ;)

luxlucisvita said...

Im glad I found this bloggy!

Eduardo said...

100 whole posts!

You better make it a good one. You can't half-arse your 100th blog, thats like 7 years of bad juju or something.

Tiffanie said...

And it's so cool to express whatever you are feeling. And it seems like someone is always out there reading and someone will identify with what you say.

It IS kinda like free therapy. Good point.

Tiffanie said...

It reminds me of "instant pen pals"

Frema said...

I love blogging, too. When I was younger I used to equate writing success with publishing a book. Now I equate it with the number of comments I get on a post. This way is much more fun. :)