I have had another person tell me how much they enjoy "reading" me on Facebook. I know its a small venue but hell its what I can handle right now. If I started my own blog, my fear would be that no one would read it and that no one would understand my point of view. Fear makes you think more than you realize. Living in that fear lights up your brain and thought processes and quite possibly puts you into a gear that only a Porsche or Ferrari has, it drives you and stays in your head. You have something you want to do, we all say to you "do it" you feel the 'okay, I'm going for it' only to let it sit on the backburner again. Fear makes you write things down so you don't forget them. These thoughts are important to you but the butterflies in the stomach put a whole new spectrum that is shaped by fear. Fear is good sometimes as I stated. Butterflies in the stomach is anticipation of what lies ahead. Can you imagine the Fathers of our Country not making that big break away from England knowing a war would ensue. Talk about fear but I'm grateful they did.
I suspect my blog will go up and I will begin to churn out words I hope everyone will understand and not necessarily agree with. How exciting is it to put your words down for many to read. Argue with me that's fine; agree with me and that's fine. Challenge my opinion is what gets my juices going. My attitude is getting more and more positive as I type each word. I know I'm getting closer. But what is it that is still holding me back? Wait for it.