The bummer about the blogger app that I used to post my last entry is that you can’t post pictures :(
I’m on the lookout for a good blog app that does allow picture posting. I’m even willing to pay, but the apps I’ve checked out have pretty crappy reviews. I’m never sure how much to trust the reviews because you only get them from people who really love or really hate the thing. And it all depends whose stuff is on top because I generally only read the top 10 entries. I’ll continue researching because I’d like to be able to blog on the go….might make me more consistent because after the long workday I want to get as far away from the laptop as possible!
I have a lot going on these days. Mostly personal stuff that I don’t feel comfortable putting on my blog for the whole world to see. I just haven’t quite got the “cajones” that Blair had when she went really public with her blog. I’m hoping to get there though. It’s so much better to be hated for what you are than loved for what you’re not, but that’s a tough one for a co-dependent gal like me. I’ve also gotten pretty hooked on Diana’s blog Hormonal-Imbalances. Her honesty inspires me too. I wish I could chat with these girls over a plate of fresh chocolate chip cookies and work through the process of deciding that you’re going to really put it all out there.
Some people might see blogging as a highly narcissistic hobby. Like, “Who in the hell cares what you did or thought or ate or wore today?”. I don’t see it like that. I see it as a way for people to share their stories. Encourage others who may be in similar positions in life. Inspire people to take risks and get creative with their lives.
I wonder if Jesus would have a blog if he physically walked the earth today. If he did, I’d totally follow it J
Here’s a dump of a bunch of my recent iphone pix. This is the way I’m able to successfully capture my life since I’ve never been good a toting a camera around: