Wednesday, October 26, 2016
On Being A Blogger: Pinching One's self
Sometimes I forget that Cross Planes is over four years old. I spend time reading incredible bloggers like +Timothy Brannan, +trey cause, +Erik Tenkar, +Nicholas Bergquist, +Icarus Anne Riley and +Ronin. People whose blogs inspired me to start this.
But, I'm going to let you on a secret...I still feel like a rookie. Even after four years. Isn't that crazy?
I don't know if anyone out there has read my little corner of the interwebs and thought, "I should do this too!"
Well, do it. If I can do it, anyone can.
I'm not going to lie and tell you it's easy. I have always wanted to write, but I didn't take the time to do it. And then one day, I set a goal and started trying to achieve it. I failed. Many, may times. But I didn't quit. And then after months, I started writing every day. Because that's the only way for me to do this.
Yes, I spend more time than I care to admit staring at my screen trying to figure out what to post about. Somedays it seems impossible, until I just starting typing. The absolute worst outcome, in my opinion, is simply not doing it.
I'd like to thank those who inspired me and those who have taken moments of their time to read my stuff.
Thank you, one and all.