According to WordPress, this is my third anniversary. Give some introverts a platform and they just won’t shut up. To be totally honest, it still seems a little funny that you’d be interested in the details of my life even with the pithy touches and dated pop culture references. On the other hand, there is something weirdly special about doing something like this that people respond positvely to. To those who have given me feedback, I thank you. Oh and I’ve still got lots to say so I ain’t going anywhere anytime soon.
The best thing about this blog has been making connections with other dancers. It is easy to think that you are the only one going through something and it is nice to know that I’m not alone and that many of you experience the same things I do. It is easier for me to write about these things and send it to the world than to talk with other dancers at the studio. I am so glad that there are others on the receiving end. Ballroom is a strange and wonderful thing and it is great to be able to share it with like minded people.
The other great thing about this is that it has revealed a love of writing that is new to me. Sometimes it can be a real pain when an idea lodges in my brain and says “blog about this” and it won’t leave me alone until I do. But it is fun and I find it easy to just get on here and start rambling.
I could do some more reflecting but I’d rather look forward. What I know is that doing this is good for me and I enjoy it so I plan to keep doing it. It will still mainly be about ballroom since that is a target rich environment. But you never know what else I’m going to come up with.