Oh my, I haven't put up an article for a few days. I'm sure you've been anxiously waiting for my next deeply profound and poignant posting. So here you go, and much to your relief, is my latest attempt at articulation.
I've been multi-tasking. You read correctly. Here's some overwhelming proof. Not only can I think about sex every seven seconds, but I can type this and drink a cup of coffee, all at the same time. And yes, this dude can read a map. You remember maps? Clever me even knows what 'maps' spelt backwards, is.
I want to thank you for reading my postings. The blogging community has been a lifeline in my ongoing quest to work through my mental health issues. Blogging, and those involved, has proven to be a most positive resource. For this, I'm deeply grateful.
I've been blogging since February 21st, 2007. Yes, I know, I really should get some sleep. It all started out when I got my blog set up with an Organisation named 'Media Action Group for Mental Health', (MAGMH). I was involved in a blogging 'library', within MAGMH, named 'Mind Bloggling'.
The concept of Mind Bloggling was to have a group of bloggers (the blogging library), each with varying degrees of mental health concerns, demonstrate, that our mental health issues, were only a small part of who we are. I was honoured in representing the noble concept of Mind Bloggling on the B.B.C.'s Radio 5 Live. Sadly, the Mind Bloggling library, lost momentum and folded. Only two of us remain and continue to utilise the therapeutic benefits of blogging, on a consistent basis. The other blogger, and a good friend, continues to provide us with his intelligent and thoughtful blogs, over at this site, A Day in the Life.
Writing is a passion. My writing tries to convey an intimate, one to one style. I visualise just the one person reading and never think that I'm writing to an 'audience'.
So thanks 'everybody', whoops, thank you, for flattering me by reading my postings. I shall endeavour to remain proactive by supporting and encouraging you. We are different, yet we are equal. Each finding inspiration through the power, the magic, the beauty of the written word.
Now then, you may have been wondering what the heck the title of this posting had to do with what I'd written. Well nothing. However, I went into my kitchen and look what I saw. I've got a hunch that the 'wee folks' may be considering giving me exclusive permission to do a Christmas special about the inspirational and non-judgemental world they live in. If you have never read about the wee folks before and have a bit of time; clicking on the label 'wee folks', will take you to their stories, from the very beginning.