Journaling puts me in touch with my deepest desires–feelings, thoughts, dreams, and ideas. Blogging lets me share those fit for public consumption because, let’s face it, some thoughts don’t need to see the light of day. Blogging is the beginning of a conversation.
Writing is my therapy–the cheap way to dissect my life and try to make a little sense of it. I can’t afford a paid friend (therapist) right now, so I’m looking to you–the unpaid readers–to reflect on my musings and give me feedback. That’s the other side of the conversation.
“There is a thin line that separates laughter and pain, comedy and tragedy, humor and hurt.” Erma Bombeck
With our collective thoughts and work, we can make it through this journey called life. Who knows? We might even have some fun on our trip, because we can choose to laugh or cry. I do both, but it always ends in laughter!