Alright, so I'm back after being away from MBC for a lloooong time!! I wasn't just away from here. I practically quit blogging on my blog as well. I only did a post here or there. Some months would only have 1 or 2 posts. I got so disheartened with the blog world. I was receiving some nasty comments. It seemed like blogging and my sites like this were just taking up WAY too much time. So, I sort of left it behind. I missed it, but I have to say that I was happy not having to worry about it.

I've now resolved that I did miss it. I also shouldn't worry so much about the comments....good or bad. It doesn't matter if I even get comments because I know people are reading it as my stats tell me!! I also miss meeting people through MBC and taking the time to "get away" that this give me.

Since I missed it, I'm going to quit worrying about the little things. I'm also going to find a time balance. I know I can't be on here daily. There's just no way because too many things go neglected. Those that are here daily and blog daily, I don't know how you do it. Do you really think you control it all or does it control you?? I know for me, life is too important and now it's just about balance.

So, here I am again and we'll see how this goes!!

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