Firstly I have included my snow queen photo (for no reason just to show a picture of me So it makes it that extra bit more personal)
Sometimes I have lots to say and others not much. I find the more I think about it the harder it is to say. There was a time I would love to blog, I would write it all in a little notebook and be all excited but more and more I sit staring at the screen and wandering of to any random website staring at clothes usually for the kids.
For a time I felt guilty that I wasn't putting much effort into my blog. Working long days and late evenings often means I don't want to be sitting on the laptop when I get home. Then I thought crap why arnt I posting every day what can I post every day. I've tried that for a season but easily lost pace.
So I find my self where I am today and actually I am happy. I have learnt after three years that it's ok to post when I want. I've never had a massive following so it's really up to me. It's not as if i use my blog to make money it's just something I like to write down the memories of our days out. The fun moments and sometimes the crap too. It's our place on the web that my children will read one day.
There was a time where I was more focuses on sharing and about the reach we got but it used to take up all my time. My time can be so precious, my children are growing up very quick. I don't want to miss it. I don't want to miss out. We have started dabbling into video blogging which I actually enjoy but don't always have access to the camera.
For now I will blog as and when. My blog still may be very small compared to others. This month sees it turn 3 which is mental. We have had some great oppurtunites and blessings through it. So I will continue to stumble upon it and writing because I like to write believe it or not. Going of topic but blogging has seriously helped me with my dyslexia. If you read some of my first posts you would be amazed.
So if you are one of my regular readers we arnt going anywhere. Thanks of you are I have always been amazed when somebody says they read what I write.