Wednesday, March 28, 2007

She gets it!

Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for awhile and leave footprints on our hearts. And we are never, ever the same.
-- Anonymous

The internet provides a wide variety of avenues for persons who are interested in establishing friendships, having casual encounters or romance. There are matching sites to serve the interests of those concerned.

A blog on the other hand is a user generated website where entries are made in journal like fashion; many providing commentary or news on a particular subject, such as religion, politics, or local news. Others focus on photography, art, cartoons and other related images.

A typical blog combines text, images, and links to other blogs, web pages, and other media related to its topic. The ability for readers to leave comments in an interactive format is an important part of most blogs.

While posting, I became interested in reading other blogs and eventually developed a list of my favorites. This became my BLOGMASTER list, providing me easy access to those blogs which I read on an almost daily basis. I had no interest in developing friendships or a relationship; this was after all, a journal.

As I continued publishing and reading, on-line friendships developed. One BLOGMASTER in particular, a straight woman no less has been able to take friendship to a higher level.

POBBLE THOUGHTS was able to miraculously take this "I hate talking on the telephone and have a 3 minute maximum attention span" blogger and keep him talking for approximately one hour on more than one occasion. POBBLE THOUGHTS has become a sincere, honest and loving friend.

This week, two bloggers published articles which made my proud to belong to this wonderful world of blogging. The first is an article written by a new blogger (his first post). Check it out at: The Journey of My Lifetime.

The second is written by Pobble Thoughts and I am going to quote from her post.

"There has been a huge debate about the morality of sexuality ~ specifically homosexuality ~ recently. I left a comment over at dondon's place that those debates amuse and frustrate me because it is (in my opinion) similar to debating the morality of breathing. Sexuality simply is. It is neither moral nor immoral. (And before anyone says anything, I am talking about sexuality that manifests itself through consentual sexual activities between consenting adults.) It just is."


Light Seeker said...

Thank you Don...I find you inspiring and I am glad we've crossed paths...

BostonPobble said...


Oh my.

Thank you. I love you.

cats said...

well, you now know what i have known for years... the pobble is a person to know and to love. and since i found you through her... i can only give her more credit.