Blogging was never in my plans, but then again, neither was breast cancer. (Gosh, I should probably write a post on that!). As I wrote about before, I keep blogging because at this point in time I can’t imagine not blogging. This blog is my safe place, my go to place where I can say/write things that are hard for me to say elsewhere. I like that. I need that.
This is not to say I don’t talk about the topics I write about with my family and friends (although admittedly, some of them I don’t).
It’s more due to the fact that just as it’s probably true with your family, my family is busy with the business of living. Life goes on. Stuff happens. Schedules are hectic. Things of the mundane and sometimes things of the extraordinary happen and must be tended to. We don’t sit around talking about cancer stuff all the time or even that often.
But I still want to do that. I still need to do that.
And so no matter how busy my life gets, this blog is my safe haven where I can freely do that.
This blog is where I share, vent, rant, create, explore, connect, advocate, grieve, educate (hopefully), heal, ramble, opinionate, make friends, support, get support, be understood, learn and grow as a writer/person/advocate to name a few things.
This blog is like therapy for me. You, dear readers, are my therapists. You read. You listen. You validate. You understand. You motivate. You share. You get it. You do more than you realize!
Sure, sometimes you disagree too, but that only makes things more interesting, right?
And you are always out there 24/7.
What could be better than that?
So, I’d like to say a great big thank you to all of you who read Nancy’s Point regularly, or just when the mood strikes you. A special thanks to those of who who’ve been hanging around since the beginning (you know who you are!) and still choose to read my ramblings on a regular basis!
I am grateful to all my readers. I am grateful for YOU. I truly am.
Thank you for reading Nancy’s Point!
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