Wednesday, June 28, 2006

How I Came To Blogging

So, last week I posted a comment on a blog I enjoy a lot (Pureland Mountain) and Tabor asked who I was and why I didn't have a blogsite. I got to thinking about that. Why didn't I? My daughter does. My son-in-law does. Several friends do. I'll bet I know people with blogs and I don't even know they have blogs. It certainly looked like a fun thing to do.

Besides, do you know what it means when I say I live with two cats? It means that I don't have a captive audience (who understands English) to tell all my adventures and thoughts and the minutiae of my life to. I have friends, but surely once in a while one of them would like to talk! It can't always be all about me. And yet, I have so much to share! I like hearing what is happening with them, but I am left feeling that no one really knows everything that is happening with me. And it is so interesting, surely they should! Surely they don't want to be left out!

And the thing you have to know about me is that I was once the ultimate oney-oney (only child). I was the oldest child of two oldest children. I was the first child, grandchild, great-grandchild, niece in the family. They hung on my every word. They thought I farted attar of roses! I recited nursery rhymes and counted and they thought me brilliant! It only lasted for five years, but it gave me an appetite for it. I love being the center of attention. I can get up in front of crowds and talk about anything and never get flustered. And I never took up acting because my own words are so worthy that it seemed a waste to recite someone else's.

And since I was born on the birthday of Shakespeare and Shirley Temple, the stars may have made me this way (says the skeptic who doesn't believe in astrology but who did say she contradicts herself).

7 comments:

Gina said...

Welcome to the blogging world, Maya's Granny! I have found some truly exceptional people through this endeavor. I am certain that you will as well, and you probably already have!

Maya's Granny said...

Gina,
Thank you for your welcome. I have read your commnents on J's blog, which makes you a familiar and welcome presence to me.

Ally Bean said...

I found you through J's blog. Welcome to the blogosphere. You are going to do great in this medium. I love this blog already. You go girl!!

Ted said...

Welcome to it! I've got you listed on my blog roll, so let's hope you get more and more readers!

Cherry said...

You always have great comments on J's blog and I often want to hear more from you so I'm quite excited to hear your stories.

Welcome Maya's Granny!

Uncivil said...

Hi

I came here from J's blog. How exciting to see the birth of a new blogger.And I see where J gets her wit from.

I checked out Pureland Mountain too! I see why you like it.

Happy trails!!!!

Chancy said...

Hi Maya's Granny. I come here via Pureland Mountain and Robert Brady who recommended your blog and that is quite a compliment coming for RB.

I am glad you are blogging and will plan to visit frequently.
Come visit my blog when you can

www.driftwoodinspiration.blogspot.com

I too am a Granny. I have 6 grands ranging in age from 5 to 18.

BTW have you visited Ronni Bennett's blog "Timegoesby" mostly about topics that interest us elders