I have returned

Howdy, stranger. As is often the case with me and blogs, it’s been eleven months since I popped by. This is, I’ve deduced, because I’m one of those impatient people who wants immediate results. Obviously, though, that’s just not how blogs work (unless you’re famous or established elsewhere). I write a couple of things, publish them and once they’ve sat there for a couple of weeks, I’m like “Did anybody even read this?” and then I give up.

It’s silly, really. Like learning to play an instrument, but giving up after the first week because you haven’t mastered it yet. So I’ve told myself to stop being a moron and write because it’s something I enjoy. If I’m any good at it, an audience will come later, right? That’s what I’m telling myself, anyway.

So, like the wonderful Tobey Maguire exclaimed in Spider-Man 2; “I’m back!” but here’s hoping, unlike Peter Parker, I won’t come crashing down (again) shortly after take-off.

See you soon.

2 thoughts on “I have returned

  1. Yo dogg. You sound like several of my mates that started blogs at uni and gave up because they had no engagement from visitors, and I bet you were lazy also haha. No but in all seriousness I’m glad that your actually making posts again so that my subscription to your blog isn’t completely wasted haha.

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  2. Hey catt! Lovely to see you ’round these parts. I also had to start a blog for university, but it died off after I finished the module. Glad to see you haven’t clicked unsubscribe! I’m always lurking around your blog. If you see somebody visiting from an android phone usually a couple of days a week – that’s me!

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