I sincerely apologize for not posting for two years. When I last posted I was either an absent minded third grader or delusional fourth grader. I treated this blog kind of like a new shiny plaything at that time. What I realize now is that at that age, as soon as the toy isn’t “shiny and new” anymore, we tend to just forget about it. I simply forgot about this blog as well and used the play of ignorance to not write. By the time I probably would started writing again, I had pretty much had forgotten the fact that I ever kept a blog.
I am now a young adolescent of twelve-years-old in sixth-grade and am resolving to fix past failures. I realize now how much of a benefit and enjoyment it was to write on this blog. When I was a few years younger, I used to think I had good grammar, spelling and could write very descriptively. I realize now how wrong I was! I apologize to you about lack of proper spelling, grammar, and overall editing of any kind.
I also apologize to the feelings and ideas I wrote about because my inept writing skills masked the many feelings and memories of the moments I wrote about. This year I will be working on this blog on any spare moments I have outside of school, homework, Taekwondo, swim team, reading contests and whatever else I am usually busy with. I will work on filling in gaps on what I have posted before, making edits, and drafting and posting on some of the many things that have happened over the past 3 years(when I was posting and when I wasn’t). I will be posting these on the dates that they happened or the days that I normally would have written about them.
By the way, if no one ever reads this I am okay with that. I didn’t post when I had at least a few followers so now I have none(I think). It makes sense and so I am just doing this for fun. I am going to clear up a few misconceptions about myself. My previous posts have portrayed me as a techie but nature loving person. I am doing this to prove my other side to people who don’t know my literature side as well. Since they will never read my blog and thus my posts probably won’t prove anything, I suppose I am proving it to myself. If anybody is out their reading this, I would like to let you know who I am. I am a happy, fun loving person with an amazing family. I am a extreme extrovert and a very social person. I love tech, am learning how to program, and like helping others. I am a free-spirited kind of person who doesn’t like rules but abides by them. I am well versed in English and history, and generally known as verbose. In short, I am a techie, music geek, choir geek, fact collector, writer, doodler, speed reader, history buff, musical geek, etc.
My attitude though I cannot speak of with exact certainty. Everyone knows me as something different. Some people know me as a nonchalant, sarcastic, slightly loud person, who laughs easily while others see me as a serious, quiet study, but who isn’t shy as she constantly raises her hand to answer questions, works independently, and people usually want to group because I have a habit of doing their work for them so we can get done faster while still others see me(mainly my camp friends) as “a happy go lucky kind of person who thinks things through while while still managing to rushing headlong into things, a daredevil and is usually the person you look to for a good cheering up if you are down in the dumps.”(their quote not mine)If you want to know more about me, I have made an idea of making personality presentations with my closest friend groups and will undoubtedly post mine if at all possible.
Thank you for reading and surviving through this chunky apology letter and happy Valentine’s Day!
Forever and Eternally Yours,