Monday, September 20, 2010

A Whole New World...

At first i wasn't sure about this whole bloggin' world but so far, i am enjoying it!
Other bloggers are definitely willing to help with opionions and suggestions and it allows me to live outside of my head which has been fantastic.  It has been a growing process thus far.   Bloggin' has become more therapeutic in the last couple of weeks than i thought.  Thanks to all the new bloggers that i am meeting and ones that i am going to meet.  My Pastor always talks about having a heart of expectancy and so i am expecting great and fantastic things to happen while i continue to blog.  Bloggin' has opened up a whole new way for me to express myself without judgement! Initially, i felt as if i was CHEATING on my journal (i have been journalling since i can remember) but this is just a different outlet for me as i come into my adulthood--wife/mother.  Thanks Ms. YUMMama and MsBabyPlan for the awards...still figuring how all of this stuff works but i hope to get there someday soon. A Whole New World....think Aladdin and Princess Jasmine!

6 comments:

MsBabyPlan said...

You are right, blogging is therapeutic. Sometimes too much ideas in the mind without an outlet can be harmful.

To accept my award you have to copy and paste the image and then follow the requirement the blogger gives on the blog.

Simple ;).

Lauren said...

I also find that blogging was a great way to "talk" about things & be able to look back on your thoughts.

Happy blogging! :)

Mimi said...

Welcome to the blogging world. I'm only a month in myself but enjoying every bit of it! Beware it can get addictive!

Teenage Bride said...

Hello hello!!! Glad to see you are enjoying the community!

brae&joey said...

Welcome to the blogging community! Thanks for following my blog! Look forward to following you through your process of planning your wedding!! If you need any help or just wanna talk wedding talk, feel free to shoot me an email! I've been through it all!

1950s Housewife said...

I find it is a good way to be disciplined about writing! Otherwise I don't think I would bother and feel very sad that I didn't.