What if there were no bloggers?
I would probably spend more time away from the computer instead of being ensconced in the blogosphere during my blog-hopping time.
I would have gotten my Christmas decorations up on Thanksgiving weekend instead of a week or two later.
I would have had my Christmas decorations all put away the week after Christmas, instead of two weeks later.
I would be making carefully planned-out menus to fix outstanding dinners instead of throwing something ‘quick’ together because I’ve lost track of time.
I would get to bed earlier instead of at midnight because I wouldn’t lose track of time enthusiastically reading the many great blogs out there.
On the other side of that coin, though, I wouldn’t have discovered blogs that make me laugh out loud, blogs that make me shed a tear in empathy, blogs that give inspiration to the masses.
I wouldn’t have made some really cool bloggy friends and found a whole new world of fun in cyberspace.
The whole blogosphere is alive with the creative minds of many people, differing opinions and thoughts and ideas that make you think, make you smile, give you a peek into their lives and parenting techniques. It’s a great resource for those of us who are so far away from friends and family; we can easily keep them updated and entertained on our day to day life, and know that we are not alone.