Thursday, September 10, 2009

Working on That Woman

2 days after the last post, my mother asked me to help her write her biography.

I have been blogging for over 2 years, and being a Blogger, no matter how small time, has become part of my identity. Being on the BlogHer ad roll has given me a huge sense of pride.

But I need to focus on this for now. I need my thoughts to be geared toward bettering myself, to be centered on my mom's amazing story.

Not to say I won't be here occasionally; blogging is a drug, the therapy that has gotten me through the past 2 years. But I need it to be occasional, not necessary. A writing treat, if you will.

Thank you, Blogher. You helped me realize my self worth, gave me a gentle push on this road I am on now. The road that is long and arduous, but is my silly little dream.


Emily said...

I just wanted to tell you that I really miss your blog. I know you've got some more important stuff going on right now (speaking of which, how is the autobiography coming?), but just wanted to let you know you're missed out here in cyberspace.

On another note, I made my blog private, but I'd like to invite you, so send me an e-mail sometime to so I can add you to my reader list. Thanks for all your encouragement; it's nice to know you're not alone!

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