This time last year, I was desperately looking for a way to release the pain my heart was filled with. Nursing an infant and a fractured hand were making it impossible for me to write in my diary. I didn’t want to miss on recording my emotions yet again, that’s when I decided on creating this blog.
I have always been fond of scribbling. Be it incoherent thoughts or precious memories, I like to record them. Earlier I used to write a diary and these days it is this blog. After having missed on recording my pregnancy journal (cause of health issues) I was determined to make the most of this weblog.
Looking back I feel, starting this blog was one of the best things I did in the last year. Not only my emotions and thoughts started making sense to me, but the never-ending love, support and prayers showered by the readers of this blog I succeeded in reaching the place I am in.
It sounds dramatic when I write that without this blog and the friends I made through it I wouldn’t have reached where I am today. But nevertheless it is true.When you are able to re-visit your thoughts and see them clearly in a different setting and point of time you actually can find many unseen facts and even solutions to your problems. I have actually experienced this phenomenon and I thank this blog for making it possible by helping me learn, change, unwind and grow in countless ways.
I have still many things to record but words have begun to fail me. There was a stage when I used to believe that when words begin to fail you, you have said and written enough, but I now think otherwise. I have to conquer this situation before my failing memory robs me off those precious memories. I do try to make notes from time to time, but very few of those notes reach a completed state. As a result I have an almost equal score of published posts and incomplete drafts.
With hope of understanding myself, my life and the people in it better through my writings, here’s celebrating my blog’s first anniversary and hoping for many more decades of successful publishing.
The song on my mind: Likhe jo khat tujhe ~ Kanyadan