Surely You Can’t Be Serious
Whilst the title of this post is a reference to probably one of my favourite lines in cinema history it is a personal reflection on my last two posts. Don’t ask me what happened but I came over all serious all of a sudden and splurged it here on my blog. In many ways it’s a good thing. So far my blog is like any other, a recount of recent events in my life which to most will be of little or no interest as I generally don’t do a lot. It is because of that I blog only now and again as I waited until I thought I had enough to warrant a blog post about it and even then I’d forget to mention half of what I’ve done. So I think it’s time to probably start posting more of what’s on my mind as well as what I’m doing and it might cause me to blog more.
I think the reason in the past I haven’t posted musings is I usually talk about it to my friends or family and then move on. There are very few subjects and topics that come up that I hold on to and those that I do I sometimes feel that they hold no interest to people. However this is my blog for me to stick up whatever even if no-one reads it or cares about it. Bit selfish I know but a blog is a personal thing for personal thoughts and feelings. It’s a way for those who don’t know me personally to get a feel for who I am, what makes me tick and the things that make me, me. I read a fair few blogs and it’s good to get a feel for what’s going on and how they feel by the way the written their posts. Looking back on this blog I’ve rarely posted anything of note. I don’t think I’ve ever done this on any journaling website I’ve been part of before I setup my blog here. Some may disagree and that’s cool I’m sure there may be the odd glimpse but generally the stuff I post is pretty benine stuff like “went out had fun, happy times.” There was the ill-fated experiment with Suggest-A-Topic which created one post and therefore discovered that no-one really cared. As I said I’ll still blog about this stuff but I’m going to make an effort to post thoughts and musings.
On that note.. “I am serious. And don’t call me Shirley.”