Thursday, September 14, 2006

A Day Off



Well, it is suppose to be a day off, but with all the work I brought home to do, I wonder if you can call it that. However, there is always a silver lining to all bad things, and my silver lining is that I'm able to put all this work aside to first do the important things in life, visit my blogging family. Although we haven't had the chance of meeting in real life (yet), you are my family, and in a way closer than the family I have in real life. I have been able to share with you the inner feelings, hopes and dreams that have been buried a lifetime, hidden inside the darkness of this closet, I call a mind. Looking Out From a Southern Closet is coming up on its first year anniversary and I never dreamt my path in this blogging journey would have crossed so many wonderful people. There are those, like myself still struggling with the chains of self-discovery and there are those that have broken free and living true to their self. We are diverse, we are the same, we are scattered to the fours corners of the earth, yet we are all connected. It is this connection that is the most valuable treasure I own.

4 comments:

Mike said...

I can relate to feeling closer to the people I have met online than to some in my day to day life (with the execption of a few)... and the ones I have met in person have became some of the greatest friends I have...

Don't work to much and try to enjoy your day off!

Six Shooter said...

yeah, the bonds you make in blogland can be amazing! congrats on approaching your first year!

The Persian said...

I agree, we are all kind of bound by bloggerland. I have met (virtually anyway, none in person yet) so many amazing people who have enriched my life in ways I can't explain.

*hugs*

Spider said...

One year - congrats my friend - we are all richer and happier having gotten to know you - here is to many many more! You are a very special man with very special gifts... I appreciate your sharing them with me...