their blog’s better
their blog has the most wonderful design
their blog gets lots more comments than mine does
Look at their picture, they’re just so much more attractive than me
they write less often with more wisdom than me
they write so much better than me
they’re better than me
my blog’s new
my blog’s developing
my blog’s helping me develop as a writer
my blog’s being read by my real friends who say they like it
my blog’s true to Rons advice ‘write what YOU want to write about’
my blog’s true toTracy’s advice ‘Just be yourself….that will be gem enough’
my blog’s helping my new friends find out more about me and interact with me
Look at me – really look at me – it’s me who’s creatively madly attractive
my blog’s giving me space for my eclectic and random ramblings
my blog’s getting great comments
my blog keeps me happy
my blog’s a bit of me
my blog is great
Blogging helped me learn to write. It’s a great way to instantly publish and share. Enjoy.
Thanks Nikki. I am enjoying. It’s brilliant for my work/life balance just not so brilliant for getting me away from a computer.. Need to work on that one..
I know- I often miss the sky, trees, clouds. I usually get out every day to walk, but I still feel like I’m living a bit of half-lived life, so often on the computer. If it weren’t for my desire to write, I think I would give it all up.
There’s a ton of blogs posts just in your comment. I’ve spent a lot of my life outdoors and in nature. Now I love that I’m writing. One day I’ll write about the outdoors but not yet.
Blog envy is a very unpleasant emotion – best avoided 😉
I agree completely Ruth. When I re-read this I realised it should include things like ‘look how great you’re doing with you’re blog.’ and ‘isn’t it great that you get so many comments and followers.’ That’s not how it came out when I woke.