19 June 2008

[Talk: So. This is what it's like]


So here I am, a true "no-blogging-isn't-for-me" ... blogging. Do I like it? Well - let's put t this way: I spent a good hour creating my "BLOG HEADER" so that I felt it reflected me. That's my only worry about blogging - I'm a prisoner to detail.
So - what's brought me to blogging? I think that it's actually going to be a good thing for me - to have my journey watched by people ... a bit of odd accountability. I'm hoping to share what goes on around here - and continue to learn about things that matter to me. I have a million ideas - uploading my digiscrap pages, maybe creating freebies and kits, showing my attempts at cake decorating and such.

But mainly - I think it'll just make my day feel valid, you know? When it feels like I'm tired from doing everything, and really don't have much to show for it, I'm hoping that printing it out in black and white will show me: my day mattered.

Being a SAHM, the 24hr clock can blur pretty quickly.

We shall see. We shall see.


MamaDiva said...

Well I'm thrilled I can be the first to comment on this post *grin* Although a step out of your comfort zone... this should prove to be a good growth experience for you! I look forward to seeing all your ideas!
Many Blessings to you as you stretch out and leave your own mark in the "blog" world!
Ruthanne :)

Patti said...

I'll be looking forward to seeing what you are up to. I totally understand about needing to feel like your day matters....it's hard when you don't feel a huge sense of accomplishment attached to the mundane day to day things.

Joanne said...

Welcome to the wonderful world of Blog!! I so much prefer the intentional-ness of blogging - it is so different than the random-ness of facebook. I plan to have my blog printed every year....a legacy of who I am and what makes me, me. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do....blessings, Auntie Jo

Canadian Kristin said...

Welcome to Blogland....be validated, SAHM, be validated!!!! I find blogging to be a very supportive and fun sport for the most part...I think you'll love it and people will benefit from your insight and perspective!