Sunday, November 13, 2011

It's a Ghost Town in Bloggerville

I remember how important blogging was just a few years ago. Since

then many of my fellow bloggers are long gone from the scene, reading from the periphery or using more current social medium. All said, I’ve been tempted to throw in the towel with the best of them, but I hold a real nostalgia for the days when I used to pour out my heart for all to read and the short wait for words of wisdom veiled as comments.

So much has changed in my life from the start of the blog days. It all started with emails to twenty or so friends that included a question of the day before moving the ‘operation’ online to a blog. I believed I had the chops to write and knew that the cathartic exorcism of negativity was a great plus for the trouble of another post.

Today, I’m older, wiser and dare I say busier – not wanting to invest too much time sharing with anyone who may or may not still read blogs to begin with. I’ve purchased a journal on my Mac that keeps all my secrets, my dreams and my thoughts – albeit without the benefit of reader commentary.

More than eight years since my first blogpost, I’m still excited to share the good, the bad and the ugly with my blog family – now also my Facebook family. There will soon be many more great things to share with you guys.

For now, suffice to say, I’m here, I’m happy and I’m pleased that I can still share a piece of my reality with some of you….if you’re still out there.

Keep passin’ the open windows…

3 comments:

thegayte-keeper said...

We are out here...

aGoalDigger said...

I'M HERE...STILL! I totally know the feeling. I've gone in and out of blogging, but something always draws me back. I can't wait to read your updates.

Sincerely,
(Marcia's friend) :-)

Cassandra said...

wiiiiiiiiiiillllllllllssssssssooooooooooooooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnnnn!!!!!!!!

- castaway guy to the soccer ball who drifts away...