Monday, 6 July 2009


I have sort of just initiated myself into the blogging community. I have just commented on someone's blog, and that person is not someone I know. I'm scared. It's not something I do. I never do that. I'm a blogger, but never a part of a blogging community. I stick to who I know, and observe from the outside. I'm a peripheral blogger. I read other people's blog, but I don't tell them. So, I'm a hypocrite too. If people just stumble across my blog, or something of the like, I want to know. However, if I do the same thing, I don't tell them. I think they have no interest in who I am or what I think.

So, if you've read this post then...comment. Just say 'hi'. Tell me if you know me, tell me if you don't. I just assume that 3 or 4 people read my blog, but it could be more. So if it is TELL ME! PLEASE! Okay.

And don't worry if you think 'He doesn't care' or whatever. I'm the same. So we are united through the sharing of a liminal experience. We're in communitas. If you didn't get this last paragraph, nor did I. Another thing we have in common.


  1. Bore da! Will you be at church on Sunday night? Look forward to seeing you then if you are. I'll practice my Welsh on you! Rach

  2. Hi.

    I found this while browsing comments on Dreaming of the Country. I read it because I like the header. It looks like the desk of an interesting person.

  3. Hi. I randomly found your blog through another blog. Glad I'm not the only one who just reads other people's blogs anonymously. I feel the *same* way about mine.