Blogging is a kind of therapy for me, a way that I can express a feeling, and be myself without having to worry about what people may think of what I'm saying. It's basically a habit now, to blog, so I don't know what I'm going to do over the next few weeks with all the locked-up thoughts that will accumulate in my mind. Hhmmm maybe I should actually write these thoughts down? It's probably better me writing things down as they come to me, as I am the kind of writer who as soon as they've set themselves up to write, the words get intimidated by the build up and just kind of run away. This has been easy for me to write becase I'm just chillin' in my room, not sitting in a chair or anything, not in front of a big scary screen that demands that I compose a blog post. Don't get me wrong, blogger is wonderful, just a bit hmmm computerish? Duh. Using my computer feels too restricted to use; it's a PC, and I find that I feel more free with macs. Is that a reallly weird thing to think? I don't know, PC's give me this kind of I-am-too-good-for-you vibe, they work in a set way and you kind of have to work the way that the computer wants you to. However, with mac products, they're kind of built around YOU- they are just kind of perfect to use, using my iPhone for the first time, it was like I subconsiously already knew how to use it, 'cause the way everything works is the way that you think it would. I don't know if that made any sense there, but at least I know what I mean!
Wellll you probably weren't expecting to read a debate of mac over PC when you started reading this post, but I didn't expect to be wrighting one, to be honest! But that's what a trail of thoughts does to you. This post didn't turn out to be particularly 'mini' either, as promised it would be at the start of this chain of words. But whatever, c'est la vie!