I have had a few people join me on my quest to tweet every day for a month, and I thank them, for the journey (such as it was), was all the better for their company.
Here are my tweets to Mark Butler for the last 31 days. I am not overly proud of what I've accomplished, mainly for my obvious lack of literary skills, however I set myself a challenge, and did my best to meet it without giving up. Which is a hard thing to do, especially given that there is neither feedback, nor any apparent effect from my efforts. Still - I have to do "something" - I have to "try". I don't want to look back in five years time and think "oh, I should have done that. If only I wasn't so scared". I'm proud for not being scared. I'm proud for trying. I'm proud for trying something, instead of falsely assuming the world will right itself without my help or input.
Day Four. "Predictable". And with that - I'm off for some quality kid time :) Happy Wednesday Mark! http://lindamadhatter.blogspot.com/2012/01/predictable.html
@Mark_Butler_MP Oh there you go again... You know a really good way way of doing that? Stop discriminating in mental illness funding!