But the internet has its drawbacks. There's really no such thing as privacy, and anonymity benefits very few. If you want to address real people it's best to be your real self. In theory. Or till you get hate mail.
So it has me re-thinking the pen name. Not because I ever thought or wanted it to conceal my identity as I mentioned at the start. It's more just that, well, when I take on the name of a fake person, no matter how romantic or Pickwick Club-ish it is, it's really unrelatable on a larger scale. Unless I plan to consistently write in a specific genre like fiction or poetry or gaming. (Goodness, I have this "rule of three" habit!)
So bear with me. Every blog has its growing pains. I'm pretty sure I'm going to change the title of mine as soon as I figure out how to be brilliant. Like Anomolous, Not Anonymous. Or not. #WAITDONTLEAVE!
Seriously. Don't Leave.
I'm going to show you a really cute picture of an Abominable Snowbaby and a Curly Mop Snuggleboo!
So much cheese! I mean, love. So much love!
Aren't you glad you stopped by?