The new me!

I was lying in bed this morning, around 5:30 am, and was feeling guilty about not writing in my blog more often. I love to write, why am I having so much trouble with this? I thought about all the things I want to say in my blog, and then, even in my brain, I was censoring myself. Why? Well, because someone, whom I love and respect, told me that I had to be careful not to be too personal. I had to be professional and not give too much of my family away in my blog. As I was lying there, I thought about all my favorite bloggers, those bloggers made me feel like I have a window to their lives. I get to see some of the interactions with family members; I get to feel like, if I met this person, I would know them.
I have attempted to leave that portion of blogging, out of my blog. It has stifled me. I have felt like unless something is happening with my cheese life or the dairy life directly, that I had nothing to say.
So, here I am. I am now going to change my style a little. I am going to give you a window to our life. I’m going to let you in on what I’m thinking, what I’m feeling and how scary and exciting this journey is. Because, I think, that this blog should not only be informative, it should feel like you are coming along for the ride. It should be fun and exciting and scary for you, my readers, whether you are a friend, a family member or just someone who is interested.

3 thoughts on “The new me!

  1. Matte

    Thats cool and all but you still haven’t said anything.
    for me its ben scary as hell giving up everything i know and moving to BFE colorado.
    I just can’t wait to finally get started with something that would even resemble farming.
    Living out at least some of our dreams. Once we get started i know i will settel down a bit but until then i will just halfta cope. So heres to living the dream!!!

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  2. alice harvel

    I love reading blogs, doing this gives me an insight as to how other people are living their everyday lives. Please write, Pam, about everything and anything, writing about your family is part of getting started in your new venture with cheese making. love,

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