Life After "I Do"

Hey guys,

I've been thinking. That happens sometimes. 

Why did you start a blog?

I have my blog because I needed a creativity outlet. 

Also because I wanted to document the beginning of my life as a married woman.

Too many changes. I needed to talk about it.

But why did you start a blog?

I hear bloggers complaining about people that don't even read their posts and leave random comments.

Or just leave a comment with links and don't say anything.

Or ask for a visit/follow.

I'm not going to lie. This blog was made so my husband and I can read it in 5, 10 years and remember 
the beginning of our lives together.

But it is nice to be read. It's nice to know that people can relate to what I'm feeling/going through at this moment.

It's nice to know that people like to read what I write. 

And just because I love writing. And taking pictures.

And I've learned so much with other blogs.
I've left the link to my blog under some comments.

But I've never done it just so my blog could get more visits.

I really do like the blogs that I comment/participate.

Once I read something about social media that said:

"It's not about how many followers you have, but the interaction that you have with them".

I think that's really true. I'm thankful for the friends that I've made through my blog.

I get happy when I see comments from people that have been here before.

And if someone leaves a nice comment and says in the end: "I'd love if you could check out my blog"

 I don't care, because, in the end, we all like to be read, right?