I was in the poop
- Officer Crabtree (character from the British sitcom 'Allo 'Allo! )
I've been visiting blogs and FB blog pages, discovering new bloggers on Instagram but I have hardly time and peace to leave behind a sensible comment. So, as usual, I remain a silent reader!
It takes a lot of mental energy to interact with other bloggers on their blogsite, and I admire other bloggers, who could do this.
Even though I know I should not take it all - the process of leaving a comment - too seriously, I want to always truly know the blogger I am reading before I leave comments. Sometimes even by the bloggers, I truly know IRL, I struggle to leave a comment behind.
Often I have left, a "I am bookmarking and will read, tonight!" comment and I always worry :D hahaha that the blogger will think I am simply "making a presence", so "their readers" could check my own blog, and I am not genuinely interested in their blogs.
I know, crazy thoughts!!! Perhaps in the future, when I have less responsibilities, I could blog hop with less over-obsessing. :D
I will feel freeeeeeee!
Taken by my P,
last Sunday, at kilometre 7
of a total of 12 km
challenging LDR training.
Behind me is the Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision
The compromise I thought of is create a blogpost like this and maybe get to know other bloggers. It is my baby step to NOT over-obsess about the one sentence, I would like to leave behind. Specially to bloggers I have been reading and following for so long, as a silent reader!
I guess, this is also my way of inviting my silent readers ;) to leave me a comment behind! Even if it is a simple, "Hi! I read you!"
See, I would not mind reading this, or a "I am bookmarking to read, later!" - I would simply be delighted to get to know my readers. :)
For the bloggers, I visit, I am surmising they would not mind as well. Or, perhaps when they do check out, who I am, stumble upon this blogpost and discern from it, how complicated my thoughts are, how much I can ramble (and afraid to ramble on their blog with my comment!) hahaha AND they would "get it" - maybe. Maybe affirm they went through the same period!
By the way, I found the quote above from 'Allo 'Allo too funny and I thought just about summarised my feelings and how my mind was from the very busy weekend before my 45th birthday! Long story for a blog, later.
The picture I have on the very top of this blogpost was taken by my beloved P last week, Saturday. It was before my quick 4.5 kilometre. I was participating in a challenge hosted by Girls Love 2 Run. It was about taking pictures during your run with Spring motive.
Today, we have a lovely beautiful Spring day! I took some pictures to give you the impression of the day.
|I love this sculpture called|
"Meisje met Ganzen"
Girl with the Geese
|Taken on my daily bike route.|
It's currently closed for traffic.
Bliss to bike through and have the road all to myself!
|This was taken from the floral shop |
in the village's shopping centre.
They have a very lovely friendly staff.
|I bought flowers in Jumbo, though.|
They even gave me (other customers, too!) a free bouquet of mixed buttercups & tulips
because otherwise, they would just be thrown away.
|My humble bike and the flowers for the week, home at last.|
I am putting this picture, here to remind myself to go back to my water colours, again.
Flowers on the bike is a water colour painting theme I have been visualising in my mind.
Have a great day!
Don't forget to leave a "Hello!" comment below, if you happen upon this blogpost. :)
created 22.03.17 10:46 Wednesday
updated 23.03.17 09:06 Thursday
updated 23.03.17 09:06 Thursday