Nine years ago today, I created this blog. It would only be two months after, I found out I was pregnant. So This blog Is like my child’s age. nurtered, fought with and discouraged And encouraged and inspired and up and down and I can’t imagine ever letting go of this blog just like I can’t with my son.
I didn’t think much about it. It’s just something that locates itself in the back of the mind and stays, sitting on a chair of confidence about it’s own knowledge. Indeed it is a fact that I have been with WordPress for two years. I created a blog before I even found out I was pregnant. I didn’t even want to incorporate a lot of baby and mommy stuff into it. When I think back now to my real reason in signing up for this and whether or not I’ve achieved what I’ve wanted to, I can’t say I have. It’s because I didn’t set a goal nor a level of accomplishment I wanted to reach. I am happy with that. I know mainly, that when I look back on these posts years from now, I will be able to collect a lot of these feelings I have had. I will be opening a chest of the forgotton treasures of my past and it will instill a sense of youth inside of me.
I don’t write just for that.
I write because it makes me feel a different type of worth. Because I like how I write and what I write. I think if any of us bloggers wrote posts we hated or didn’t like how we constructed sentences or ideas, we wouldn’t have a blog. We all feel a sense of worth when it comes to our blog domain.
Happy Two Years to myself and the ones that have followed me from the beginning. Happy all around to the recent ones that have clicked follow and to those that clicked months ago. It is all so appreciated. 🙂
My parents anniversary is next month.
Something like 35 years.
Over the holidays of 2012, my father opened the mailbox and found divorce papers.
I was at my Aunts when my sister called.
She told me to call Mom.
So I called Mom.
Mom was 2 hours away.In a hotel.
Mom said maybe I shouldn’t go home.
and spoke nothing of divorce to my Father.
He was quiet. And paced the floors like a natural professional.
And we didn’t go any nearer the topic.
He left the next morning. For Brazil.
My mom wanted him to get the papers before he left.
She did it without even telling him.
He came back earlier than planned. Before I left for Thailand.
And Mom and I sat in the basement as he entered the house and I went up to meet him and then he came down and I sat again and he stood and he began to cry.
He looked us in the eyes and said, ‘ I don’t want to leave ‘.
Our hearts crumbled together and we didn’t say much and I felt compassion and love and I wanted my parents to talk it through. .
So they did.
And that is why they will be able to celebrate there 35th anniversary next month.