Oh Lord, please don't let me be misunderstood.
Unless you're reading my fiction. Good luck in THAT maze.
But...I had a comment recently that has been pecking at my tiny brain for a few days, from a lurker (hello, lurker :-) ):
I find your blog incredibly difficult to read. Perhaps it is the spacing of the paragraphs? Or the subject-matter? I don't know. But I keep trying to enjoy it. You seem to have a lot to say. But what, exactly, is it about????I'm just wondering if this is a view shared by anyone else. I mean, am I dealing with a fomatting issue, or a content issue? Does anyone else have trouble reading? Do I need to change fonts? Add extra spacing?
There. That's the easy part out of the way. Now, content. That's tricky. I'm glad that you are TRYING to like it, Cathy. That tells me there must be something captivating about my writing.
What exactly is it about, you ask? Well, let's see. It used to be about a writer, writing -- thus the blurb. But, I've colored outside those lines, haven't I?
I think, like just about everybody else's blogs, it's just about me and the thoughts in my head. It's about the things I can't talk about 'in real life' because of the headaches they may cause. And because my usual audience consists of two four-year-olds. Not a lot of life experience there yet. Their advice, thought-provoking as it may be, just isn't practical.
And, it's a place where I can hone my writing skills and get feedback (lifebread to a feedback whore like myself).
And meet people. Oh, the people I have met.
I don't know if this clears anything up. I hope it has. And I hope you're still trying to like it. Thanks for your feedback. All of you.
(Hee. George Harrison's 'My Sweet Lord' just came on the radio.)