I felt so guilty that I'd missed a post, that I'd let down the 67 wonderful people that care enough about what I write to be following my on GFC by 'neglecting' my blog for that day- especially when I arrived home to 6 lovely comments from you :) But in the end I remembered that this is MY blog- I am truly and genuinely thrilled that my reviews are useful and that people think my nail art is pretty- but ultimately I blog because I WANT TO; because I want a creative outlet, because I love all things make up and nail polish related and most of my friends don't share the same passion, and because I find writing relaxing- if no one read my blog I'd still be doing it everyday (or as close to everyday as I can manage).
That said, I really do appreciate all of the lovely people that 'follow' my blog and leave me kind comments, and I'm really glad that you enjoy reading what I write :) And of course, if you ever have any requests I will do my best to fulfil them, because although I do blog for myself, I really LOVE the sense of community and friendship within the blogging world, and I want to encourage that as much as possible- I've learnt so much from fellow bloggers and reading blogs is one of my main forms of 'entertainment'; and in writing my own blog I hope that I can contribute to that as much as I can.
I'm not entirely convinced I make all that much sense- (another reason I'm so happy that so many people read my blog- clearly I do (sometimes) make sense!) - but I suppose I am hoping that this post might help you understand why I blog.
Thanks again for being awesome, If you have any requests or questions please don't hesitate to let me know in the comments :)
And because this is such a long, text-based post, here's a couple of pictures of the awesome Lego Christmas tree I saw at St. Pancras Station this weekend (as usual I forgot my camera- idiot!- and missed out on taking my own pics, so these ones are courtesy of londonist) Anyway this tree is 10ft tall and made entirely from Lego bricks- how cool is that!
Also, this is my new motto: