I'll admit it. Yesterday, I was having a baaaddd week. And long about 10:00 pm I started questioning the wisdom of blogging, the time commitment, the end results (what would they be?) and a million other questions that had me whining up a storm. Some too personal to blog about. Some too private to even splat on the page. A few things to fume about. All relevant to my writer's funk.
Before going to bed, I checked my Technorati stats (I just re-read that statement. Most people apply moisturizing cream, say their prayers or throw on a nifty red teddy with strings in odd places. I make love to Technorati. That's just sad...but I digress...where was I?).... anyway, I found this post on a site called, of all things, We all know someone who....Should Be Famous. And lo and behold, the powers- that- be decided that Mimi Queen of Everything Bloggable - that's me, Mimi Lenox - should be famous.
But it was balm to my battered soul. A permanent word of encouragement dream weaving its way into my temporary emotional brood - just in time. I'd like to thank Jeane Michelle Culp, who also co-authors Blue Ribbon Bloggers, for taking the time to write this review. You may read it
here. Should Be Famous has a clever and sincere premise. I wish them luck in the days ahead. And should I ever become famous, my friends, you'll be the first to know. Just giving you a heads up (grin)......
I'm over my funk now.
I'll try not to let all this glory go to my head.
I'd hate for my crown to fall off from narcissism.
I just have one question. If I become famous, does this mean I have to stop blogging?!!