Hello there! Congratulations, you’ve found my blog.
Aaaaaand I’m drawing a blank. Don’t worry, this never lasts. I’m usually full of wit and humour and stuff that makes you feel good, or look at things from a different perspective. I’m also quite humble. I’m sure you must’ve noticed that by now.
Okay, so this is the wonderful world of me. This blog will be full of my random thoughts, short stories, rants – oh yes, there WILL be rants!
I’m still formatting and figuring things out, I’m sure I’m not the only one who’s first blog post is a bit awkward, please bear with me, or skip ahead if you’re reading this in the future and there’s more to look at by now… or then – wait, now I’m confused.
I’m trying to figure out how to add more pages, like, there’s the home page, which I want to rename to ‘journal’, then I wanted to add ‘random thoughts’,’short stories’, and keep the ‘about’ page. And maybe I should have a static front page that always shows up and welcomes guests, rather than just tossing them headlong into my journal.
Why did I start this blog, you ask? Well, because I like to write. I like a lot of things, but I also like to write. I’m actually not too bad at it, this awkward first blog post aside, seriously, don’t judge me based on this.
I’ve been doing some writing, getting rejected a bit, nothing published so far, except for this which doesn’t really count, and some Facebook posts that got some likes, but it’s something I love to do, and so I’m going to do it. Life is too short to not at least cram a few things that you love into the mix.
If you’re reading this and there’s something that you love, go for it, any way that you can. You won’t regret it, I… well I can’t promise that you won’t regret it because I don’t know you and if you love bungee jumping or something then you definitely might regret doing that if the cord snaps and you go plummeting into the rocks, although you’ll probably only have a few seconds to live with that regret so there’s a plus right there. But things can also go horribly wrong doing the things that you don’t like so much. So, I guess the lesson here is that it’s better to chance things going horribly wrong during something you enjoy. If you’re going to go out, go out with a grin. Hmm, I didn’t expect my welcome post to take such a morbid turn. Alright so hopefully no one dies following my advice and thank you for reading! Be sure to check back often!