OPBs (Other People’s Blogs)

I could read other people’s blogs all day.  I am humbled and delighted by the creativity and thoughts in this world – and that’s just from reading about twelve other blogs I currently subscribe to.  I have a few blogs off of WordPress I follow, and I know there are thousands I could get lost in.

I’m often inspired by what I read, and sometimes I read blogs and wonder if I should keep writing because those writers are far more skilled, funny, focused, and/or interesting than I am.  Then I take that step back and think that I have a voice too.  I write because it’s in me to do so.  I find this world endlessly interesting, and frustrating, hilarious and dour, simple and complicated, treacherous and secure, etcetera – and all the writing I come across about the myriad of life experiences and differing viewpoints is so captivating!

Although I’ve not physically met anyone from the blogosphere, so far, I feel like I’ve made several friends, and that is so cool.  Thank you to all of you who’ve visited my blog, so that I in turn found you, and to all of those I happened across (or StumbledUpon: www.stumbleupon.com), or sites recommended to me.

I always read the blogs I’ve subscribed to through my inbox, and don’t always comment or show appreciation, but please know that I am thoroughly enjoying them, and I am grateful for your writing.




© seekingsearchingmeaning (aka Hermionejh) and Life On Earth’s Blog, 2010 – infinity.

Author: Hermionejh

Laughter is my drug.

4 thoughts on “OPBs (Other People’s Blogs)”

  1. From what I’ve seen you sell yourself short on your writing talents. Very well written posts. I’m looking forward to more.

    Good luck with that strange tear duct syndrome. I’ll try not to post anything that would make you want to cry.

    And thanks for visiting my blog.

    1. Aww, thank you! No, you should totally try to make me cry, I need more tears; better yet, make me laugh ’til I cry! Thanks for stopping by and commenting! Cheers.

  2. Yes, blog reading is humbling but so enlightening. and I have had to curtail reading all I want to, which is one reason I enjoy postaday. Should probably read Fresh Pressed but it depresses me, too many stars there..

    1. Yeah, I know what you mean! I keep it to the Postaday as well. Sometimes I read Freshly Pressed, but not many of them jump out at me (regardless of what WordPress thinks of them… hee, hee).
      Thanks for commenting. I hope you enjoy your day, and happy blog reading!

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