Paradoxes and Pies
adding my voice to the static

My voice

So I asked my love to help me add my voice to the static of the internet.

She help me set up this blog.  Which admitly I could have done myself if I just took a few minutes.   So here it is.  All this space and of course writers block. 

I guess my biggest problem is that I don’t know what to write about.

Should I theme the blog or just whatever strikes my fancey.  I mean sure I spell poorly and I will rise the ire of a few grammar nazis, but I can not get better at a craft until I pratice it.

Am I afraid that I will be judged by the faceless masses of the web?

Does that even matter?

not really. 

Okay so I am over being judged.

Now what do I write about?

My faith?

My way?

My projects?

My mad scientist projects?

My whimsical flights of fancy?

Hmm…Looks like have a few topics for my next blog. 

May the time between this one and the next be counted in hours instead of weeks.

2 Responses to “My voice”

  1. and I’m a bad girlfriend for not subscribing to your blog and missing this post 😛 hehe.

    i know i’m a crazy proofreader, but i only say something when it’s going to someone important/work related (for the most part.) I never would correct you on a blog, just so you know. (there are some people who would not read it for that, but you don’t need them anyway!) blogs and forums have more relaxed standards.

    bottom line – blog for yourself. make it private or public. don’t worry about what other people say, it’s a reflection of them, not you.

    and you can change what you use the blog for each time you use it. after all, you are random 😀

    “Always do what you want and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” ~~ Dr. Seuss


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