Saturday, November 15, 2008

Sunday Scribblings - Stranger

I find it quite strange that some of the strangers I met on the net through blogging and tweetering seems to be more in touch with me than my real life friends. Many of these strangers are are no longer "strangers" even though we have not met face to face - we have become friends. Isn't that quite fascinating; or interesting to say the least. And yet while some of my "live friends" find it strange that I pour so much time on blogging, the strangers who I have met and became friends don't. Now have I used the word strange and stranger enough? ;)

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8 comments:

"Sunshine" said...

I know what you mean--I feel like I know a lot of my blogging buddies as well. Great post--I could definitely connect with what you were saying.

Linda Jacobs said...

This is so true! It's much easier to be open with strangers!

Lilly said...

So true!

tumblewords said...

Yes, you are so right! Amazing world, isn't it?

Gigi said...

hahaha... That's so true. Most of my real-life friends... Just read on my blog instead of calling me sometimes!

Rinkly Rimes said...

The fact that we all have blogging in common makes us feel like friends (I call them BLENDS, blogging friends). I have a flesh and blood friend who thinks my blogging is a waste of time.

Mary said...

That's the beauty of blogging. You can be open, honest, and anonymous.

Rambler said...

isn't this the best part of the blogging world