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FOJG JOURNAL PROBLEMS

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on January 20, 2010 - 7:07pm

I haven't been doing much with my journal since the new FOJG site started back up. Alot of my FOJG friends tell me they are still learning how to navigate this site. I do like this new site better, ironically, because I can navigate it better than the old site! In fact, I find it more user-friendly than the old site. Change is very hard for some people, I guess, but given the life I've been handed, I have always had to change and adapt very quickly. Change is an everyday occurrence for me so I have learned how to embrace it.

Apparently, putting in journal entries has been a problem for some poeple. It does require a bit more searching for the journals you want to read than the old one did, I agree. I would like to post in my journal some more of my poetry that has been previously published in some poetry anthologies, but if no one on here reads it, what good it that? Fortunately, I have posted my poetry on Facebook for my friends there to read and they have been reading it, enjoying it, and commenting on it. Some of my poetry has been written by me as a catharsis, a way to get my innermost feelings out; some has been just for the pure fun of it.

For now, I am going to limit my journal entries because it feels ridiculous to me to write something that no one will read. Considering that I am a journalist/writer, as well as a poet I think you can understand why I say that. Let's face it, writers write so we can share a part of ourselves with others and they can relate to what we say or hopefully come away with a meaningful experience from reading it.

I hope in the next few months, we have all finished our learning curve with the new FOJG site. In the meantime, I will still be checking my messages and Josh news and blogs, as usual, as often as I can.

Peace out,
Andi =^..^=

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