Vocabulary Vixen

January 8, 2008

Here Goes Nothing!

Filed under: Health and Well-Being — VocabularyV @ 6:50 AM
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Here goes nothing.  I am here to write.  To read.  To Listen.  To hopefully gain inspiration and insight from those around me.  To hopefully give inspiration and insight to those around me.  This is my second attempt at a blog.  My last one got deleted from inactivity (go figure).  Hopefully, people will read my blog.  If not, I will not be heartbroken. 

This is my virtual sounding-board for life.  Some days, I will be happy.  Others, I will not be so happy.  It all comes with the territory, I suppose.  It is as anonymous as I can possibly make it, so I am just another voice in the blogosphere hoping that somebody will listen.  As of now, I will not divulge my identity further than I see fit.  I have many reasons for this, but they are mine.  Mine alone.  What I will share is my daily trials and tribulations, my ups, downs, moodswings, etc.  It is a view into an individual with certain “quirks” that can be looked at by society and civilization as negative things.

 As my small voice grows, hopefully I will be able to help others.

 So, here goes nothing.

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4 Comments »

  1. Welcome!

    Comment by Eco Warrior — January 8, 2008 @ 7:33 AM | Reply

  2. Why thank you! I hadn’t expected a response so quickly! 🙂

    Once I figure out this newfangled WordPress Admin thing, this will go a lot smoother. Thanks!

    Comment by zedda — January 8, 2008 @ 11:35 AM | Reply

  3. Hello Vixen, love the name. I use the same word “Quirks” to describe my 15 year old son. He’s a unique sort of person and he finds it hard to have people accept the way he is. Hope you keep on posting.

    Comment by mamafagstein1 — January 8, 2008 @ 4:23 PM | Reply

  4. Hi Mama, and thanks! I’ve learned that “quirks” are the best possible way to describe what goes on. Yeah, they’re painful, irritating, but I can turn them into a postive force, and by doing so, I will hopefully begin to help to erase the stigma attached. If not my voice alone, than others with me and we can all be such a driving force.

    Comment by zedda — January 8, 2008 @ 4:48 PM | Reply


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