Being a newbie blogger, I am slowly getting used to the idea that Blogging is meant for social people.
I am not a social people.
I am not Anti-social, but I do find it very difficult making and keeping friends.
This is not because I’m an unfriendly person, merely because I do not have the social skills required in maintaining friendships.
I have had ‘friends’ but because of my Autism, and the energy required to maintain friendships, I find it extremely difficult, and even more so as I am getting older.
In ‘real life’ I have 1 friend. Hi Lynda.
I recently fell in love with blogging, and wanted to be the best that I could be at it.
Here comes the crunch, to become a successful blogger you have to befriend other bloggers.
And there lies the problem. I love reading and finding out how other people tick. I find people fascinating. I will read their blogs and advice and think to myself, wow that was a good read, or I didn’t know that. I retain information easily, and always absorb what has been written.
Then something else will come into my mind, and boom, Im now on a completely different thought path, and promptly forget to like the article, or comment on it.
Not because I don’t like, or have nothing to say, simply because I have a memory like a sieve.
So for all of the hundreds of bloggers who’s blogs I read and love .. I love your work, I do have lots I would like to say to you all, but my Autism makes this difficult.
All of my blogging friends are important to me, they have taken the time to read what I have to say.
Time is one of the most precious commodities, and if you have given yours to me freely, then you truly are a friend.
To all of my readers, and fellow bloggers, I appreciate your friendship, keep on keeping on.
love Betty x