Earlier today I was talking to James about my website. Heartdrops’ birthday is coming up early this month. I can’t believe it has been two years since I bought this domain.
I was also telling James about my terrible internet addiction. It’s what got me losing sleep, sleeping late, waking late, and having a lot of problems sleeping. To be honest, I never dreamed that my site would ever become so popular and that people would be so interested in the things I had to write. @_@ It came like a shock. It has always been a habit for me to return my comments and respond to people and read other people’s blogs. Now it has become a daily challenge. That aside, knowing that I love to interact with people – I’m just going to sum up a lot of what I said to James.
He loves his sleep. He “digs it”, as he put it. :) I’ll be completely honest – I love relaxing, and I like sleeping. But it’s quite true that my addiction gets in the way. And I’m not afraid to admit it. I know perfectly well that it’s my fault and I brought it well upon myself opening so many websites and leaving myself with so much work. I used to get bored – a heck of a lot. I used to sleep early because I had nothing to do. Over time, my hobby just sort of blew me over.
Don’t get me wrong. I love web design and blogging; I don’t see myself stopping it any time soon. I love the fact, that, from comfortably sitting in my room, I can do a lot of the things I love in one go. I can play guitar and share my music with people. I can blog and read blogs – therefore I can read and write – two things I love doing. I can be creative by working in Photoshop and I can take photos and share them. I can interact with people. I can use my brain in a good way to learn about code and use it.
It’s still something I’m working on. :) I also think it’s about time I shared some of my good qualities, rather than my bad ones (that I did a few blog posts ago). Steff suggested this. ♥️
I’m sort of organised. I like planning. I like keeping things in order and making sure I’m on the right track.
I like helping people. I don’t mind helping people so long as they aren’t rude. If I can help someone out with my knowledge, why not? Many people approach me with questions about coding. If they ask politely and clearly, I’m willing to lend them a hand.
I’m a “pot luck” person. I always thought this was a bad thing, but I suppose I’ll explain. When I call myself a “pot luck” person, I see myself as a person who can do “a little bit of everything”. I am not a complete master in one thing, but I can do many different little things. I envied people who could play the piano so well or sing so well. But now, I don’t envy them that much. They have their talents but I should focus on mine.
I know how to do many things, and I think some people know that… I can sing, dance, code, play the piano and guitar, like random video games, type fast, organise myself, take pretty good photos, and that’s just some of what I can do. I’m not a genius, nor am I a complete whiz on the guitar. But I can do many little things, and I think I can realise that that is a good thing about me. :)