Natural Bloggers: Who are you ?

I am not certain I have so much to say that others would in fact take the time to read and presumably make efforts to understand the ramblings on my words.

Using paint, mixed media, canvas, and other tactile things come so much more “natural” to me .

When I read others blogs, they often seem so well put together in both thought and grammatical style. The writer in my mind seems like they are a “natural” blogger. Does that come to others easily I wonder. Are individuals who tend to scribe more .. well are they more scribe (ier) than me . Is the written word their artistic muse? Natural blogger I am asking you : when you write do the thoughts flow easily and in order of understandability that you just sit down and start typing on the keyboard? Or is the bloggers blog more thought through, with the recalled rules of english studies in school?

I wonder about that.

When I paint most often I don’t even have a thought or idea of an intended goal. Colours, textures, canvas size, placement, all get decided most often during the course of the “experiment” I am undertaking. Emotional state plays a role for certain. I can see what I was feeling often in my own work. Does a “natural” blogger read the underlining feelings within their blog? Sometimes when the blog is eloquently written , the feelings, emotions do indeed linger off the page to the reader. Is that the essence of blogging? Or is blogging a personal therapy? Or perhaps blogging is factual exchange from writer to reader?

I wonder about that.

Whatever the answer(s), and perhaps it is a bit of all of them, creativity is at the heart of the matter. It is the end result that matters. Having said that I never thought I would ever quote Donald Trump but here I am doing so and it does in essence make sense. Trump said :

‘When people see the beautiful marble in Trump Tower, they usually have no idea what I went through personally to achieve the end result. No one cares about the blood, sweat, and tears that art or beauty require. It’s the end result that matters.”

I wonder about that too.

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