Thursday, January 04, 2007

Just blogging

I am sat here wondering what to blog about. Thoughts rushing through my head when I thought why don't I blog about blogging.

Good idea I thought to myself, why not?

I have been blogging for about a year now, I don't do many because I have such a boring life there really isn't a lot to talk about! Plus I'm not very intelligent anyway and although I sometimes get good ideas ( I love politics) I can't write it down because I don't know that much about the subject I was going to blog about!

However what I do love doing is reading other peoples blogs.

When reading them you get to know that person very well. You know their likes and dislikes, what makes them happy, sad and what makes them angry.
You sympathise with them and you laugh with them.

But there is something can picture them.

I see every individual as they sit down with their computers blogging away. Concentrating on every word they write.

Thinking back to my school days (many, many years ago) I hated reading. Even now, I can't remember the last time I picked up a book. Yet I am very happy to sit here and read all those bloggs. Funny isn't it?

I really don't know what I would do if for some reason all blogging stopped. I would be at a loss.
What would I do with myself every evening?

Let's hope that day never comes, shall we?


purplejunky said...

Hi Annette,
Happy New Year - thank you for you kind comments on my blog!
I wouldn't worry about not knowing much about stuff you want to blog about - go for it, stand on your soap box and shout!
Take care

dickiebo said...

The beauty of blogs, Annette, is that we can read the views/opinion/likes/etc of REAL people. Your life might well seem boring to u, but some of us like to know about 'ordinary' people. If I want to read about Fairy Stories, I'll read what politicians have to say. If I want to know about rubbish, I'll read what Senior Police Officers/Social Workers/Racial and Equality people/MoD Procurement officers, have to say.
Yes, I do accept that some of the above also have some excellent people. I'm simply generalising.

totallyun-pc said...

Aww you big softy!

PCFrankyFact said...

Hi Annette.
Thanks for your comments.
Of course you're entitled to your opinion.
But, imagine this.
The person we want arresting who they won't assist us with freaks out and commits more crime against others?
It happens all the time.
It could happen to you!
Unfortunatley I've seen it.
I think we all have.
People who have came to notice prior to their arrest.
Dennis Neilson.
Peter Suttcliffe.
Fred West.
I'm on your side.

AntiSocialWatch said...

Its a little addictive thats for sure :o)