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Why did I start a blog 

I have been reading Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson. You probably already know her as the women behind The Bloggess. If you don’t, then I don’t know what the hell is wrong with you. For that matter, I don’t know how you ended up here. 

I don’t have any intention of advertising this blog or sharing it on any of my social media sites or letting anyone I know in real life know about it. I kind of miss the early days of the internet when nobody knew your real name. (verse Cheers where everybody knows you name). I just want a spot where I can dump whatever my brain is thinking as see what happens. And without any intention of going back to read what I wrote. I did this a lot when I was younger with journals. However, journals eventually get found if you leave them laying around. 

Blogs and websites have the potential of getting lost  forever,or staying around  forever, we’ll see what road technology takes us down. I know that I have lost two online diaries to the grips of negative profit margins. At least two websites sites. Does Geocities even exist anymore? No idea.

Anyway, the Bloggess made me realize it is prefectly fine to write you rambles on the interwebs. So I thought I would give it a try.

Another reason why I thought I would try blogging again is this: lately I have been having trouble concentrating on the task at hand, and I thought if I just write down all the other pesky thoughts that are  bothering, maybe they will stop bothering them.

We’ll see where this goes. If you stumbled on this blog, you’re welcome to stick around and see where this goes. 

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