Son of a gun, it's the last day of November! Hence, the end of National Blog Posting Month. I have to say, I have mixed feelings about this. For the most part, I really did like having an excuse to write every day. Most of the posts seemed almost effortless when I thought of a topic and I enjoyed the chance to air out some stories and participate in some word play. However, there were days, most notably yesterday, when I had absolutey nothing to say. Fortunately (or unfortunately depending on your view!) those days were few and far between.
I was surprised to discover that I'm much more private than I ever would have thought. Most of the pieces were not serious, as I discovered I didn't really want to delve deep into my psyche in public. I've been double-posting these blogs on my Myspace page and knowing my audience over there limited much of what I was willing to divulge. Part of me would like that to change because I'd like to write my way through different feelings and emotions, not only for myself but for others who may take something away from it. I've thoroughly enjoyed the comments my MS buddies have left me (and the ones Gloria and Monica have left here) and am curious what everyone would have to say if I explored more serious topics. I guess we'll have to wait and see.
I would like to keep this going. Alas, I'm having surgery on my arm on Tuesday and may be out of commission for a while. Not sure how efficiently I can type with just my left arm!
So, I think I should go out with a bang. Not in this post, but in the one that follows. Think of it as the last ten minutes of a fireworks display.
And thank you dear readers, whoever you are, for reading my unsolicited words and views. I greatly appreciate it!