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Paula tells it like it is

8 November, 2012

I wrote my 200th post recently, and said how i had met some good friends online and how blogging helped me. The lovely Paula commented today, and expressed the wonderful world of blogging so much better than I did or could. I wanted to share her words with a wider readership so with her permission, I am reprinting her words here:

i once had an argument with my other half about the merits of my online friends vs his ‘real’ friends I told him I will take mine over his any day, I can be myself, I do not have to be who they think I should be, I can confide my deepest darkest thoughts and get complete support and understanding rather than judgement and a pity competition. Via the internet i have met people i could never have hoped to bump into in real life, learnt far more about the world than any book could ever teach and even attended a wedding in arizona from the comfort of my living room


Thank you Paula, you speak the truth.


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