Hi there. I know, I know, I haven’t written in a while. I look back on my past writings, years where I wrote two, three, sometimes four entries in a day. I suppose that has to do with being the mother of a small child. My time really isn’t my own? No, that doesn’t ring true. I think I have lost my voice. Having a stalker on the internet kind of sucks. You can’t say what you really think or feel for fear this person will find out your information and spread it around like today’s hottest news. When I came to wordpress I found that I could password protect entries, and hide myself from internet searches, which is great for keeping the stalker from reading my entries; however, with moving so much, and the reduction in my journal entries, I have lost a lot of my readers and now, blogging seems pointless. Especially since I am not searchable on the internet, and no one can find my blog “by accident” unless they are surfing through wordpress blogs.
I guess even if I were to make my blog available through public searches, and the stalker found the blog, she still couldn’t access my deepest thoughts because of the password protection. However, other new blog visitors will miss out on the good stuff as well, as most of my entries have to be password protected for some reason or another.
My daughter, Princess, has started a new blog. I suggested it to her for a venue to practice her writing skills. She really loves to write, and we are considering it as a possibility for her to pursue journalism in college. So far, she is doing well. If I decide to go public, I will add her to my blogroll.
I am definitely going to try to come and blog more often. If you are a new reader, message me here for the password for the protected entries and I may give it to you. Make sure to leave a valid email address.
I will spend more time writing entries about what is going on in my life these days, but at a later date. Right now, I wanted to comment on the fact that a few months ago, I signed up on Twitter, just to see what it was like. I really didn’t find it all that interesting, and never used it once I signed up. So for months, my Twitter account has been inactive, yet almost every day, I receive an email notification that someone else is “following” me on Twitter. I’m like, did you look at my past tweets and say, this person is witty and fun, so I will follow her for future tweets? I think not. Since I have not “tweeted” once. What was the protocol you used to decide I was someone to follow? These are complete strangers, mind you. Weirdos, I’m thinking. Usually that’s a compliment in my book, but in this current scenario…it’s definitely not!!
I think I will toy around with my layout and my widgets this afternoon. I am going to try to put a new daily quote or thought (the “P.S.” section) at the end of each of my entries, along with a playlist of songs I listened to while I blogged.
P.S. If there were no one to watch them drive by, how many people would buy a Mercedes?
Songs to Blog by:
Have a Cigar – Pink Floyd
Get on the Floor – Michael Jackson
I Don’t Want To Talk About It – Rod Stewart
By The Way – Red Hot Chili Peppers
Parachutes – Coldplay