Eventually, the notion of being a voice on social media started to take up residence in my head. In a limited way. And when I got around to Facebook, I figured there wouldn’t be much point in me being on it if I didn’t post my own photographic images and my own words. Then I got going on the idea of doing a blog. I didn’t get off the dime with that for a long time. I needed to explore the reasons why I wanted to do a blog, and I kicked the can of that question around for quite a while. Because it got tied up with another question: how I felt about being visible. So I got the blog off the ground, shored up with some pretty good motives at the time. It worked until it didn’t work.