Thought stream

With my current, ever-growing involvement in the Twitterverse, I’ve been finding it difficult to finish a blog post. Part of this is due to the fact that I’m still observing things and getting a feel for it before I form my opinions. First impressions are that this is a great addition to my life but I do see some hurdles. Another reason is because some of the stuff I want to talk about are things that I am not sure I really want out there.

Part of it has to do with sex; people get the wrong impression when a girl starts talking about sex, especially when it involves revealing how much said person enjoys said act. But that’s only part of the story, and only part of the reason why I am reluctant to write about it. Another part of the reason involves a person who is still a puzzle to me. Albeit, a puzzle that I am more than happy to leave alone without having ever figuring him out. But talking about him on this blog and in detail could do one or both of the following: It could1 give his already enormous ego a boost and/or it could make him upset that I’m writing about his personal life2 on such a public medium.

I know the3 rules, especially when it comes to personal blogging – I shouldn’t care about all this but the fact is that I do and it is a deterrent, and at the very least it’s going to take a while to be able to write about it. At least the want is there. In the mean time, I’m trying to think of something else to talk about but apart from this heart’s4 adventures there really isn’t much else I’d be passionate about writing about.

So I’m going to open it up and let you ask me anything – you don’t have to do it in the comments, you can ask me on twitter but I will answer in a blog post.

What do you want to know?

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responses to “Thought stream” 2

  1. Twitter has made me blog less frequently. I guess it fulfills some (but not all) of the same needs as blogging.

    It’s too bad that you can’t be open. Especially the sex thing; a girl should be able to be just as open as a guy about it. Although, I guess it’s taboo for either gender in a non-anonymous open context like our blogs. Maybe one day people will get over their weird hangups and be able to talk about whatever is important in their lives.

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