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  • Writer's pictureLyia Meta - My Ink Bleeds


Updated: Apr 29

I guess this marks the beginning of my journey into the world of blogging. Looking back, my early attempts at self-expression involved crafting lengthy letters and mailing them off to unsuspecting recipients whose addresses I could scrounge up. I remember those handwritten 'gifts' often spanned at least ten pages, and I can't help but cringe at the thought of what those poor souls must have endured! Thank goodness they were all family!

But time has moved on, and here I find myself, embarking on this new 'adventure'. As this is my first foray into blogging, I've chosen to accompany this post with a colorful image. However, as I settle into the rhythm of blogging, I anticipate that some posts may eschew such visual accompaniments, relying instead on good old-fashioned writing to convey my thoughts.

In all my endeavors, I strive for longevity and consistency, and I hope to maintain an active and engaging blog. From what I've observed, my posts will likely touch on topics such as music, food, life in general, and perhaps those often overlooked odds and ends that tend to accumulate unnoticed.

I am profoundly grateful for the opportunity to share my thoughts and musings with you, my readers. Whether my words find their way to the eyes and hearts of a few or many, I am thankful for this platform to connect and communicate.

It seems fitting to begin this first blog post with a simple 'thank you.' Expressing gratitude never goes out of fashion; it is a timeless gesture that transcends trends and technology. In a world that often feels fast-paced and fleeting, taking a moment to acknowledge kindness and thoughtfulness is a powerful reminder of the enduring value of human connection. Whether conveyed through a handwritten note or a sincere verbal exchange, gratitude has the remarkable ability to uplift and inspire, making it eternally fashionable in any era.

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