About once a month, I think that my blogging days will end. I would go on reading them and posting, but I don't know how much longer I can blog. Maybe it's a short attention span. Or maybe it's because I would rather read them. When I started blogging about a year ago in El Salvador, I didn't really know what I was doing. Not much has changed. But I have found some great blogs I enjoy reading every chance I can.
But I have to say how much I love the Korean adoptee bloggers I've met. This was a very nice result of blogging. I didn't know I would meet so many awesome people. I read them as much as I can, and I hope to meet more adoptees. Talk about instant connection.
I've also come across blogs that I'm sure would make interesting books. A new one I like is Made in Korea. And then there is one of the best blogs out there, Twice the Rice --- funny, insightful, dead-on writing about Korean adoptee culture and other tidbits. Ji-in, I hope to buy your book someday.
I found an interesting article on blogs becoming books. Check it out here.