Monday, July 26, 2010

My blog is a mess. The blog roll on the side has some inaccurate links I've never fixed, it's still the same old background, I haven't posted in forever, I haven't commented in forever and I haven't added any new links or ..Geez, I can't even remember the terminology to describe it.

There was some scientific study I just heard about recently that talked about a person's
facebook page resembling their personality. I'm thinking my blog reveals my personality.
Why, you ask, am I always talking about my problems, my personality, my depressions, my need to be noticed?! Glad you ask.
I'm just self-centered and in my own little egotistical world. I like to talk about myself, explain myself, have people comment on my...self. That's it in a nutshell. Nut is right, you say.

It goes back to when I was a child and nobody wanted to hear anything from me, or at least that's the way it seemed to me. I never talked with anyone. No healthy conversations, no talks about fears, questions about boys, questions about girls (!), thoughts on the future or past. I didn't have close friends for a long time, my sister was gone and married when I might have broken out of my shell, my brother was rather condescending, my parents were mad busy keeping us fed and housed, no grandparents left.

I know I'm fine, really. I was just writing in a stream of consciousness.
I do know I grew up with communication gaps because I was so much younger than my sibs and had some kind of weird thought process that led me to believe I didn't matter much. All in my head.
But my blog is a mess, don't you agree?


Blogger Mom said...

Your blog just needs some attention from you. It gets lonely when you don't post. I like to listen to all your thoughts. I'm easily entertained.

4:46 PM  
Blogger greeny said...

Snort! Thanks Mom! You are compassionate always.

6:23 AM  
Blogger windblownbutterfly said...

It's been months since I've given any real attention to my blog. I blame it on Facebook. I got on there and started getting that almost instant gratification of writing quick short status updates anytime I felt like it and immediately getting "likes" and comments from my "friends". It started getting too time consuming the more friends I built up. I do love facebook, but I miss my blog where I can really express myself in a way that you just can't do in the 420 character limit FB gives you for a status update. So in the middle of the night last night, I decided it's time to get back into the creativity of the blog and check in on my old blog friends that I have neglected for so long (I apologize). I'm glad you're still here!!!! :-)

2:24 PM  

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