there are times that i think, what if i don't post at all or drop blogging forever? i probably can stop posting when im all too busy, but sure hell i will miss it and will still keep reading other blogs, like yours. LOL
but i did get one comment from a friend who keeps reading my blog. when i didn't post for more than a week, he asked me why i stopped blogging that long. LOL
That is a great question and honestly the answer is yes.
I try not to go more than a day or so without blogging and if I do, I even post a little blurb just saying I am still there but busy. Most seem to understand and I sometimes have more comments on those posts than my regular posts! Weird.
I'm borderline obsessive compulsive, and so it really, really bugs me to not post anything. I'm also a person who wants to do my best all the time... sometimes posting every day and doing my best don't fit together! I'm forcing myself to take a break from posting over the holidays. I need to recharge.... offline!
Yes, a little, but I try not to let it get to me. Blogging is for me and I should be in control of the whens, hows, and whys. I do feel bad after a while for not getting to all the blogs I love and commenting! *cough cough, yours!*
Yes! I have so many people I've promised reviews to in exchange for a food sample or book review copy. And there's so much I want to share with my readers. But honestly, I get wiped out writing all day and have to take a break. Then it's back to the grind.
Yes, in fact I have another blog on wordpress.com and forgot my password. I have tried to get my password from them and all I get back from them is some computer code that will not allow me to access my site. I really started enjoying my own site and was fascinated on how it was looking and the subject matter that I was writing on.
My husband is a pastor and is a minister for marriage counseling. I also write about marriage, the blessing that the Lord has called upon marriage and also the trials that can take place in a marriage. I hope to share these insights on this new blog and hope that someday I can get back to my older blog.
Please Don't Forget Me
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