Day 27 of #100Daychallenge
I’m glad you’re still reading this. I appreciate the odd message you send me to tell me so. Sometimes I wonder about who reads all this. I know you’re one of them and you’re a friend, so that’s okay. Sometimes I wonder about the judgement out there, about me. You’ve only ever told me that you find it interesting when I write, no matter what I write about. We’re not the closest of friends but I trust you. You know quite a lot about me. I think we’ve inspired each other, supported each other to be better, more. Thank you for that.
So, I’m glad you’re out there reading this. I do hold myself back on here. I like to share stuff that’s happened to me. I don’t like to share my opinions about the way the world is, or what I think people should be or do. It’s not that I’m wonderfully enlightened, free from bitchy judgements. Far from it. It’s that, aside from you and a few friends, I don’t know who’s reading it. And I don’t want to have to defend my opinions against the dark unknowns of the Internet. But it’s coming to that soon.
The personal challenge for me in starting this 100 Day Challenge was to continually make my voice heard, and to say something. You know, from all we’ve talked about, that that’s not always been easy for me. But the next 70 posts are going to be interesting for me. I might say the wrong thing. I might be judged and misquoted. I might be uninteresting. That’s the risk, but I’m sure you’ll continue to send me the occasional supportive message, telling me my words were interesting to you. Thank you.