Is it not yet obvious why I blog? Well, grab a cup of coffee and let me tell you some things:
I blog because I love talking and connecting with other humans with like interests; hoping the people I am meeting online are not all aliens 😉
I blog so that I can develop my writing muscles and focus. It is like thinking through my fingers.
I blog because I can attempt to paint my pictures in words.
I blog because the crazy voices and characters in my head won’t let me keep quiet.
I blog because it gives voice to my thoughts and clarity to my deliberations.
I feel a deep satisfaction when I have finally said it, until the very next second, when another idea pops up.
I blog because I have heaps and heaps of stories to twist and tell and dear husbands ears are getting hot and tired.
I blog because the riotous emotions that thrum in my blood only quieten down when they have been let loose.
I blog so that I can keep my sanity. It calms my restless heart.
I blog because it would be a shame to have something to say but choke to death with everything buried inside.
I blog so that I may empty myself a piece at a time and by the time I am old and checking out, every single part of me would have oozed out.
I blog for posterity sake. I want my progeny to find bits of me somewhere in this space when I am long gone. No one can tell my story better than myself.
I blog because blogging and writing a novel are not precisely the same. Writing a book is a tailored, more time consuming venture while blogging is like a chat between friends over a nice cup of coffee/tea and a decadent slice of sweetness.
I blog so that I can be a part of the inner caucus of such an elite society with a sophisticated name. Blogger! How nice 😉
If not for blogging, I wouldn’t have been exposed to this huge fascinating World of bloggers and I would not have met you, you, you, you……….
Is this answer sufficient or should I refresh your cup and continue?
© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha
In response to The Daily Post prompt Million-Dollar-Question
Why do you blog?