Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Here Goes!

AWARE 1. On ones guard, vigilant. 2. Knowing or realizing, conscious, informed.
Webster's New World Dictionary

AWARE is the newsletter part of this blog.
For now my plans are to have Aware posts at least once a month, but more often will be the issues that are closest to my heart.
HIV/Aids Aware, America Aware, Lesbian, Transgendered, Gay, Bi Aware Women Aware, Black Aware and Fun Aware.

Also look out for; Theater, Music, Books, Film, Science, Technology, Government, Social Issues, Religion, Politics, Health, and the Environment. Whew!

Aware is not trying to school you; I just don't want anything to sneak by you or creep up on you. Of course, it's all what I think you should know. Please remember that I know best.

The thought of having a public journal scares me. The thought of someone actually reading Things according to me is what scares me to death. I am very opinionated, emotional and always think I know what I'm talking about. I never intend to offend, but I guess I am concerned that I will. I think it will be cathartic and fun for me and eventually when I get it together, interesting for whoever else reads it. I can already see that Aware and Things might get a bit blurred sometimes. So what, just read it. Oh and I am quite bossy too.
Now folks, I will try for correct spelling, grammar and structure, but these are not big priorities to me. So that's it.


Moni said...

Congratulations on your blog, sweetheart. Love you!

Alex said...

Now there's three big mouths in cyber space. Me, Sheila, and YOU!

I love you. Write, write, write......

Maria said...

I am soooo glad you are doing this. Some time ago I realized you had a talent for were fluent and expressed yourself well. But now, seeing it in full bloom... I feel your talent is AWESOME! Yes! True! I mean it. There is much depth and much knowledge in what you say...but the way in which you present it, well, that's the key that will take you on your journey upwards.

Villager said...

This is my first time visiting your blog. I like the flow and hope to come back often. If I do well, perhaps I can even earn my way into your blogroll (smile)...

peace, Villager