Feel the Fear … and Do It Anyway

Posted by Jen on December 8, 2004 in Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of... |

OK … I’m a little freaked out about not having this blog protected. It really is silly. My words are a microscopic speck of dust on the blacktop of the Information Superhighway. Who cares anyway, right?

It’s just that … well, I’ve become very protective in the last few years. Nervous. Untrusting. Maybe it’s the “big city” or maybe I’m just realizing that information in the wrong hands can do horrible damage. Maybe I’m too afraid to lose control.

It’s an oxymoron really … my reaction to this fear. See, I’ve almost maxed out this site with photos AND captions. Our name is attached to it. It wouldn’t take the brain trust to figure out who we are and who and what we value. But I’m still nervous.

I don’t want to be. So, I did it anyway.


1 Comment

  • David Mulhern says:

    From what I can tell weblogging takes a certain type of personality… an exhibitionist. And I think most of the people who read web logs are voyeurs. It’s sort of this electronic relationship between the exhibitionists and the voyeurs. After what happened, I could understand you not wanting to be seen… you know too much.

    Maybe you’re more of a journaler? Curled up on a couch with a real pen, real paper and a fire.

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