I was talking to a friend this evening about something I wish I could share on here, but unfortunately, for many reason I won’t, and she asked me why don’t I keep a journal? To that I responded that a journal doesn’t do anything, and that I want to hear the feedback of others to ensure that I am normal and to find out what other people do in similar situations.
I suppose this is why I keep a website and blog. I know that I’ve touched on this before, but every week seems to bring me to a different part of posting on my website. Currently, it allows me to write about things, but then I can also find out what other people think. I’m guessing that’s why I didn’t like the first incarnations of rebelpeon.com, because there was no way to get feedback. In that context it was just a journal, but everyone can see it.
Now, some people think that I don’t seem to censor my online thoughts here at rebelpeon.com. However, contrary to their belief, I do. I know the people that read this site, and because of that, I do have to be careful on what I write. There are times, like tonight, I wish I could write about whatever I want and still get the same benefits. However, to do that would require starting another website and updating it. Plus, that website would be totally anonymous, which would mean I would have no readers (not like I have many now…) and would totally defeat my purpose.
Oh well, in other news, something big will hopefully be coming down the pike for me. I hope to find out soon, and it will make so many things that I’m unhappy about right now go away. More on that as details emerge though.