No Blog is an Island: Being a Good Neighbor

So, today’s assignment for Blogging 101 is a fairly easy one.

Leave comments on at least four blogs that you’ve never commented on before.

I really enjoy reading, and exploring the thoughts, feelings, and lives of others. When I was younger, I was pretty sure I wanted to be a psychiatrist… or maybe a psychologist. I remember going to the Beverly Chicago Public Library and checking out. “The Interpretation of Dreams” by Sigmund Freud as a kid. Flipping through the pages, reading his various interpretations. My interests have changed, but not my joy of learning about others.

I must admit that at this juncture, other than reading about topics that I truly enjoy (Jiu Jitsu/MMA and related areas), I much prefer the more risqué fare. Sure, I’m all about hearing about the joys of child rearing, or the small victories of raising 4 cats and a chinchilla… but I’d much rather hear about someone having her back thrown out in the throes of passion by some random dick that is simply that… random. Dos that make me a dirty bird? Perhaps. I think I deal with so much of those realities in my own life (long distance dad, searches for love and companionship) that I’d like to come here for a little more fluff. If I’m not getting laid on the semi-daily (that’s by choice I’ll have you know) I’d like to live vicariously through someone else.

I suppose this is where I can also add he fact that I’m a bit of a voyeur… and I may or may not be an exhibitionist as well. What can I say… I am free in many of the ways that people wish they could be, but simply aren’t.

So, on to engage with my fellow blogged. I’m sure at some point, I’ll be sharing about the blogs I explore.  Hope you all have a wonderful day!
~D

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