My middle-of-the-night insomnia gives me lots of time to think, in fact I can't turn it off, ergo the insomnia. One thing that I always think about is what I'm going to post next in my blog.
I worry if I have anything noteworthy to say that day or that week. Will it be one of my sassy, "I will fight this damn cancer" posts, or a funny poo-pouch blow-out, or a Gratitude, or "this chemo crap is annoying me" ?
Well, it's all of the above, and then some. Blogging about my Cancer journey has been a therapeutic endeavor. For people who know me, my voice is loud and clear via the writing- I write pretty much how I speak. That is what is connecting me to my followers.
I'm also very flattered by the feedback I get, both on the blog and through email, that they love reading my entries, feel my strength in the Cancer battle and that I'm, "inspirational". well, inspirational isn't how I would describe myself, as I'm still trying to find out how to manage all the "life lessons" and blessings and emotions that go along with my illness. I do love the fact that my friends and family can be a part of my journey via the Blog.
All I can say is that I blog what I feel and what I think, the good bad and the ugly.