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#821277 added June 30, 2014 at 3:00pm
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Hardest Thing About Blogging
Welcome To My Reality Prompt: What is the hardest thing about blogging for you personally?

I love doing prompts but sometimes a prompt comes up like a word I never heard of and I am clueless how to use it in a blog entry so I skip it. Sometimes a question comes up about something I don't want to talk about. Like: Were you ever involved in a love triangle? Yes, I was but I didn't answer it. It wasn't like Bella, Edward and Jacob. Neither one was a wolf or a vampire. I wasn't that lucky. They were jerks, jack asses and didn't take life seriously. Sometimes prompts come up that I answered before. There is no need to write them again. Some things I just don't want to write about or care to remember, I don't write entries for these prompts.

When my cat died, I hated to blog about that. I hate blogging about bad things or depressing events. When someone in my family misbehaves, I remind myself they are part of my Dad's family and it isn't important as I blog about them. I can't change them. I don't let them be my problem. I will include them in my prayers and maybe blog about them. I like blogging about good things that are happy and fun. Life isn't all roses so you have to write and do things in life you don't want to. Blogging. I like the word journaling better. It is a way of life. You take the bitter with the sweet. That is what I try to do.

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Girl and a white Tiger. Beautiful.

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