The growth of a child is measured in milestones. One moment the most she can do is use her sense of smell to sniff out where the titties are; the next she is able to see the outline of her mother’s face and ultimately, she is running all over the place.
March is a significant month for me as it marks two years since I entered the blog-o-sphere. It’s been an unparalleled joyride!
Like any two year-old, it’s work-in-progress with learning curves along the way.Sometimes, one is presented with those annoying and embarrassing behind the scenes glitches (like those ASCII codes and computer jargon) that ultimately pop up in all the wrong places.
That can be as embarrassing as realizing you have toilet paper sticking out of your undies and nobody told you!
Sometimes it can be the incessant case of the dreaded writer’s block, which I experienced in the latter part of 2013. I came short of pulling out my hair, drinking “return lost brain” muthi and pulling the zap sign before realizing that…it happens! Still, one has to keep rolling with the punches.
To date, one of my top posts remains Ke Motswana, Wena? And I’m starting to think the universe is hinting that I explore writing further in my mother tongue. I’ll think about it!
CallmeGomo’s milestones are not measured by the amount of traffic to the site but by individuals who take time to write in and tell me how some of the posts have changed their outlook on life. It’s a wonderful thing to be able to switch on people’s mental light bulbs.
The bulk of work still remains within each one of us to be the change that we want to see in the world.
How can I put into words how eternally grateful I am for ya’ll coming on this journey with me?? You make this truly worthwhile and keep me wanting to up my game.
Here’s to many more years of life, passion & happiness!