Am I an anonymous blog?
No. Definitely not, the first sentence I ever wrote on here was “Hi my name is Alexandra Harrison” in fact my name is pretty much plastered all over my website, it’s impossible not to find it.
You see, when I created this blog, (which makes me sound like I started posting two centuries ago, in reality I began around about two days ago) I never really considered anyone reading it at all. It was for my own self fulfillment, as selfish as that sounds. Yet, I have found myself within a day or two, conferring online with new found friends who are suddenly reading and following my blog. I have now realized that most teen bloggers remain anonymous, which is a great idea, well done guys. Taking into consideration how open I’ve been on here, I think it will be very very very easy for people who I know in real life to find me and I’m not sure how I feel about that. In one way I’m sort of scared – am I comfortable on how much I have psychologically exposed myself online? But at the same time, I’m proud of what I’ve put up on here, or more so, my plans for this blog and what it can grow into. I HAVE SO MANY IDEAS. I think half of me would be happy for people from school to look at my blog, because at the end of the day what’s the point of pretending we’re different people. Does this mean we walk amongst pretend people? Paper people, thin and fragile, a facade crumbling away at the edges. Is that what we want in a society? I’d love to know what people are really like. I feel like my blog posts always seem to follow a very strange and dangerous philosophy towards the end and that my ideas can be taken the wrong way. Let me try to wrap this up, I’m sort of proud of what I’m going to create IN THE FUTURE and I sort of want people to see my blog but at the same time NO NO WAY, let me present a portfolio of my posts (grand total of 3) on a powerpoint presentation and then we can discuss your opinion.
Thank you for reading this gibberish it means so much! Please read my last post which was a poem entitled ‘Poem 1’ and probably was much more well written than this crap – I’d love to hear some feedback on it!
Thank you for reading,
Alex (Or am I?)