For some reason I don't like the word blogger. Or at least I don't think I do.
When I begin blogging in 2007, the term "blogger" wasn't a household name. In fact, blogger.com—where I got my start—wasn't even a well know social media platform at the time. Back then, it wasn't even about photos as much as it was about writing. And to me, that was empowering! It motivated me to write and I loved every minute of it. Words-to-the-keyboard taught me about myself and my life. And the more I wrote, the more I was inspired to write. It was the turn of something new for me, a virtual turn that seemed to have future potential; and that excited me!
THEN SOMETHING HAPPENED—TIME!
As I sit here thinking about blogging and how much it has evolved in the last nine years. I'm left to wonder. Who knows—maybe I'm overthinking it—but then again, maybe I'm not. Whatever the case, I, myself, do not want to be called a blogger anymore.