I’m Keeping My Baby! (The Write Perspective)

Hey.

Today’s Blogging 101 assignment was to edit or recreate your tagline, etc.

I won’t. ūüôā

Only because I put a lot of thought into figuring this one out a few years ago. Originally, I wanted it to be a larger website. Well, it ended up becoming a blog instead- which I believe I like better because other independent websites require web maintenance and programming and every time I see one of those college commercials for web design I completely space out.

A web designer is not what I wanted to be when I grew up. I give my praises to anyone capable of regularly using symbols in addition to the letters on their keyboard to enter codes to make a website look a certain way.

I’m still trying to master the few symbols in addition to the 26 alphabetical letters plus numbers in order to make decent, grammatically correct sentences someone will want to read.

So that’s it. No¬†throwing out the baby with the bath water to try for a¬†more catchy tag line. ‘One¬†author’s journey may sound clich√©d but it is in direct reference to me and what I’m going through.¬†If there are 10,000 others with the same catch phrase I say, “Cheers and good luck to us all!”

I believe there is still time to join the Blogging 101 challenge, I’ll add the link to some portion of the page here.

See you for tomorrow’s challenge!

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Photo courtesy of Google images.

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Blogging 101: Re-introduction

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Photo courtesy of Google images.

Hey.

I’m still wishing everyone all the best¬†2015 has in store for you all (I haven’t forgot!). While I’m sure you’re like me and are already fed up with hearing the 3-word combination¬†New Year’s Resolution (insert eye-roll) among a few wish list things for the year I did resolve myself to write more often- especially when it comes to blogging. I enrolled in¬†the¬†Blogging 101 challenge (today is the first day and you still have time to¬†join if you’d like) because as a writer (among other things) I want to evolve and become better over time.

So here’s my re-introduction:

Okay, okay, I can’t help but hear a certain song playing as I type away the best description of my being and my intentions. See if¬†the song¬†doesn’t ring a bell!

I’m many things. I’m all over the place (at least in my mind).¬†Some days I’m quiet and some days I’m not, though everyday, I’m thankful. I love to like everyone. I’m someone who figures out every time the temperature drops¬†the disdain I have for the cold. I’m someone who likes not fitting in. I’m someone who appreciates many things like the fact that I’ve communicated so much with my dog and yet he’s never uttered a word. I’m someone who easily learns a lesson. I’m someone who enjoys writing and tries to do it differently. I’m someone who wants to be looked up to and yet¬†still have many¬†mentors. I’m someone who always finds a way to be good to their family and friends.

I am someone.

*** Hopefully that helps give you a little¬†idea of who I am.¬†The rest you’ll have to find out over time. I forgot to add that I’m also someone who doesn’t appreciate constant narcissism so that last paragraph was¬†a hard task.

I’m hear to blog because I like interacting with others who simply want to express their perspective. In the eight months that I’ve had this blog I’ve had tons of pleasant conversations and interactions with people who, in a general sense¬†pretty much want the same things I do.¬†That’s the best part. No journal kept on¬†a nightstand could bring such a reward! Even though we blog about different subjects, I find myself liking mankind a little more because I get to¬†share and see content¬†from the most aware,¬†diverse, intelligent¬†group of people- bloggers!

As far as blog content goes, I am a writer of apocalyptic zombie horror (see related posts) but that’s¬†only a part of what I’d like my blog’s content to consist of. I’m partially inspirational, partially pop-culture, partially poetic (in a sense)¬†and hopefully not 100% boring.

With that being said, welcome and nice to meet you (again)!

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Photo courtesy of Google images.