Wednesday, April 29, 2009
To dig or not to dig?
I have been contemplating starting a blog for a very long time now. Some days I just need to put a sentence or 2 into the universe to feel as if I did something for my cause that day. Others, well there is so much more to say. I find myself ranting on my Facebook about things that are really and truly blog-worthy. Not to mention too hefty to be a headline:-) I follow the blogs of my friends with topics ranging from work, kids, music, recreation and wild times. They talk about everything from bosses, to sleeping with coworkers, to the size, color and consistancy of their kids poop and puke. I realized in reading up on their colorful lives that they are putting it all out there, why shouldn't I? I have never really been one to care what other people think and I usually take satisfaction in knowing that I have pissed you off enough to finally make you REALLY stop and think! I sometimes get too serious about things and just need a place to let it rip and get it out. Other times I find myself angry at how little the world seems to take seriously these days. While my main objective in starting this blog is really an outlet for myself and my frustrations, I should warn that I do intend to get into some issues that most people prefer not to discuss. There is no topic off limits over here at Craw Digger. I could very well talk religion, sex and politics all in one blog. I believe that everyone has the right to their opinion. There is no reason to personally attack people because you disagree. On the other hand, stupid is as stupid does and the world is chalked full of stupid these days so know I am on the look-out. I will try my hardest to highlight positive stories as well as things that enrage me and send me into immediate retaliation mode. I might ask you to take action. I might ask you to just read my thoughts and try to understand. I might ask for your love, support and good vibes. I am sure I will have some healthy doses of family drama as well as stories of friendship, love and growing. I welcome all comments and suggestions as well as the chance to dig at YOUR craw.