|My stalled 2012 resolution|
Now, I use the Blogger Schedule method: write in advance whenever I have time, and schedule those posts for future dates. Mind you, that makes for many untimely posts - not every important date or holiday falls on a Monday when I happen to post?! Who knew? - but people go to other sources, not my insignificant blog, for timely news anyway.
I started blogging as a sort of online diary where I can add photos easily and where my sister can see what my family and I are up to since we're separated by thousands of miles. I hadn't expected to end up with 124, at last count, followers. And, I want to add, I *heart* you all! Yet another unanticipated but happy outcome of blogging is that I've made some good friends through this venue. May I repeat, "I *heart* you all!"?
I thought long and hard about it and decided that I really have no resolutions for this year. And even if I did, I probably won't post it here. I have learned that publicly humiliating myself by letting you know that I don't keep my New Year's Resolutions doesn't help to spur me to keep them any better than not letting you know. The only thing that seems to work for me is hard deadlines imposed by someone else.
But hey, it's all good because apparently this blog has helped me make friends and learn something about myself. What more can a gal ask for (I've been asking for a new brain and body for a while but that hasn't happened)? All I'm going to say about resolutions is that I will continue to write. How's that for vague?
How/why did you get started with blogging? Are you still doing it for the same reason(s)? Any resolutions you care to share with me so that I can laugh
"I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be." ~ Douglas Adams