I’ve thought about it for quite some time now, and I’m going to mimic a series of blog posts that my friend Shelly wrote during the coming weeks of her thirtieth birthday. She divided her “life’s story” into three posts, with each post reflecting on a specific decade of her life. My blogs will most likely be very similar to hers, with quite a lengthy spread, and pictures to help make it a little more appealing than my usual posts.
I believe the only thing that I struggled about the most on this matter, was deciding whether or not I wanted to make this post, public, private or only viewable to certain individuals. Although I blog about anything and everything that’s occurred in my life, online, my life’s story isn’t something that I really want readily available to anyone and everyone (at least, not until I complete my personal autobiography when I’m old and senile).
With that being said, my thirty-year reflection blog will undoubtedly be password protected. For those of you that I personally know and that are interested in reading about the first three decades of my life, please contact me via text, email, message and/or comment and I’ll add you to the list of individuals that I’ll be emailing my password(s) to. Please don’t be offended if you’ve been an avid reader of my blog, but you don’t receive a password from me. I want this to only be limited to people that I actually know, that are also interested in reading about it. (Please don’t forget to leave me your email address!)