You are an aspiring artist of some sort. You’re not there yet, you know, but still. You do your thing, I mean, you’re learning. You keep telling yourself you’re not there yet, but sometimes, you write something good. Sometimes, you take a good picture and you shot some good videos. Maybe, sometimes, you write a good poem. I mean, you know, the medium is not important. You just want to create something. You’re bored at work and you get an idea.
You tell yourself you want to get more creative. You create a blog and you try to wrap it around a cool concept. You give your blog some witty name and you want it to be both personal and interesting to the readers. You start writing short posts, you draw some quirky, wiggly flash animations to make the whole thing more fun for them. You write most of your things without editing too much, to keep things flowing, as if you were just talking.
Then, you start thinking about how you want people to read what you write. So, you follow as much people as you can, hoping that some of them will follow you back and read your stuff. You even post every single day, to keep the whole thing fresh and active.
The problem is you only did it for a week and you forgot everything about it. Months later some guy posts a comment on your blog and WordPress sends you an email to tell you all about it.
“I have a blog?” Yes, you do.