Here We Go…

 

Do not wait until the conditions are perfect to begin. Beginning makes the conditions perfect.

Alan Cohen

              ~~~~~~~~~

I suppose I should start out my very first blog post with an apology for the few people who have been constantly telling me over the past few years to start a blog.

I’m sorry.

I also wish to extend an apology to myself.

I’m sorry.

I’m sorry it took so long to create this cute little blog. I’m sorry I let other superficial things occupy my time. I’m sorry it took so long to gather the self-confidence and courage to take this step and let people on the Internet (close friends and beyond) read my thoughts and creative writings.

My long-standing excuse for not starting a blog: I stressed over what this blog would be about. Because when you have a blog you must have something to write about, right? You need something for people to read, to gather their interest. Something specific. There’s got to be a theme.

(Cue the internal flash-back to just last night when my well-intentioned mother asked once again if I’ve given any thought to what my blog could be about.)

And then I realized, in a moment of stunned realization of my own slight stupidity,

I can write about anything I want because it’s my blog.

So, dear family members and friends, this blog is about anything and everything. This blog is about the things that I love and the things that make me happy.

This includes (but is not limited to):

  • books
  • food
  • music
  • movies
  • television
  • writing
  • dogs (mine or someone else’s)
  • animals in general
  • my family
  • adventures with my friends
  • adventures by myself
  • (insert category of your choosing here that you think I might like/love)

Basically, I’m taking what I know and writing about it. Which is the point of having a blog. And I have 3 internships under my belt to show that I am good at doing that.

You can read my blog. Or you don’t have to. I don’t care. I would appreciate it if you did.

And you can comment. If you want to. Constructive criticism is always appreciated and usually but not always taken into account.

Enjoy!

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