That’s right. I am dabbing in this ballet photo shoot (more to come) to celebrate my amazing experience with blogging and the evolution of Maysa Rose from its birth in 2013! I never thought so many people would genuinely care about all of the random thoughts that I document on this public diary, so I am absolutely astounded with its growth especially within the last year. This space gives me so much joy, and I am incredibly thankful for this site and everyone who reads it!
I began Maysa Rose back in 2013 as a highly talkative fifth grader with an ink pen who filled entire notebooks with stories and poems. My dad recognized this budding passion for writing and he suggested that I begin a blog so that my words could actually be read. I jumped at the opportunity, and I really kept up with blogging before I practically neglected it about a year or two later. After awhile, I decided to pick it back up again, but I didn’t want to start where I left off. I completely redesigned my site and actually deleted all of my old posts to get a clean slate. I started posting very frequently, and I really began to find joy in writing again. Blogging has been my absolute obsession ever since!
I don’t even know where to begin; being the author of Maysa Rose has been such an amazing experience, and it has significantly changed my life for the better. My writing has matured so much through the years, and I have met so many amazing people who continue to inspire me every day. This site is filled with so much positive energy, and the encouragement has really helped me through life’s unpredictable moments. Sometimes, all it takes is ONE positive comment to turn the entire day around, and a couple bloggers have written such beautiful words that I still remember to this very day! I actually cannot recall any offensive or negative comments, so I am very blessed for that. I never imagined that Maysa Rose would grow as much as it has, and I am so thankful for this opportunity to share my passion with the world. Thank you all so much for everything, and I cannot wait to see where this goes from here!!
Photo Credits: Richard Jean-Louis
Do you have any questions about blogging? What is your blogging story or experience? Did you enjoy this post?
From my window, I sit frozen in time as the bitter wind cuts across the night sky. My gaze shifts to the lonely pieces of paper as I contemplate the words running deep within my mind. Hidden corners of these cold thoughts contain unwanted memories of what use to be. My pen remains untouched as I am not sure where to begin writing the story that left me lost in my own imagination. The confusion still rings as I wonder what could have been. The sting of another winter day sends shivers down my spine as I sit frozen in time sipping warm tea from my window…
I know this one was deep. I wrote this a few nights ago, but I am actually quite pleased with how it turned out. What are your thoughts? Did this connect to you in some way?
On a lighter note, I am thrilled to see so many votes coming in for my blog post poll! As I am writing this, Backstage Secrets is in the lead, but it is very closely followed by My Blogging Experience. If you haven’t voted yet, be sure to head over here and drop your top choice(s) in the comments section. Remember, this poll closes February 1st! 🙂 Thanks for reading and have a great week!
Blog Post Current Polls:
Embarrassing Moments: 3 votes
Backstage Secrets: 8 votes
First Few Months of Driving: 2 votes
Guilty Confessions: 3 votes
Playlist: 3 votes
My Blogging Experience: 5 votes
the person who helps me when I fall
the person whose lap I use to crawl
the person who has supported me every since I was small
the person who has been there through it all
I am so incredibly thankful to have you in my life. You mean more to me than I could ever put into words, and you have a very special place in my heart. I love you so much…
I know that it is a bit late, but I still wanted to wish all of those mothers out there (especially mine) a HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!
“Sometimes you don’t know what steps to take.
Sometimes you are not sure what choices to make,
because the decisions that you choose now can effect your future ways.
This contemplation can put you in a daze
as you stare into this maze
For some reason, I felt the desire to rhyme today…
“A woman came from man’s rib.
Not from his feet to be walked on.
Nor from his head to be superior.
But from his side to be equal,
under his arm to be protected,
and close to his heart to be loved…”
Text credit: Welcome Home https://web.facebook.com/WelcomeHomeOriginal/
Find the original post by Purple Rays here
This photo was taken by me, but the original post/quote can be found above! I hope that you all have a lovely Valentines Day & Ash Wednesday and are able to spend time with that special someone. 🙂