This was a topic I was going to save for another day, but I just feel like I should write something, and I don't really want to write what I should, so I'll write this instead.
Normally I guess that this is something that should really be a first post, or put somewhere, but I don't really like doing things normally. Normal is boring. This thing mainly came about because of Facebook. If I blog regularly chances are I'm going to rant about Facebook a lot, and other social media, but Facebook is one thing I have to accept and even like, because it brought me and Jesse back together.
Anyway, as I was saying. My first and second posts are things I posted on Facebook as notes, because Facebook wouldn't let me post them as status updates, too long, and well I just thought that not a lot of people are going to read them, and they were things I wanted to say. Barely anyone reads my wall anyway, I have about 50 "friends" on there, and well only five or so will probably look at it.
I just thought to myself that there were a lot of things I wanted to say, a lot of opinions I had, and that I guess I did want people to read them, so I thought to myself "Why not set up a blog?". The only problem with that is that the only way I could really advertise it is through Facebook, and as I just mentioned, if I had an active Facebook life, I wouldn't need a blog, but having a blog lets me reach a wider audience anyway. It's why I ask so much that you share if you think there's something good to read here, and I've noticed that one person has shared my list of uplifting phrases. Leave a comment if you want a personalised thank you. Leave a comment if you think I'm boring, leave a comment if you think I'm good. I can't improve if I don't get feedback, and I need people to actually read this stuff if I want to make sure my opinions are getting across.
I'm aware that at first, guests couldn't comment, but now they can, I hope. I'd check myself, but then I'd get fake page views and I'd cheat myself. Plus I don't really like that kind of thing.
To summarise, I had, and still have, a lot to say, and I wanted to make sure people could hear me. It's probably the first time in my life I've actually wanted people to hear what I have to say.
Thanks for reading this, I'm tired and depressed, so sorry if I bored you.