Point proven, I think.
that no matter how hard I try. I am unlikely to make this blogging thing regular.
However the more I learn about stuff like this, the more I realise that it doesn’t have to follow a format. I have read the Kenneth Williams letters, which perhaps reveal as much about the man as his diaries, and note that a group of disparate writings in different forms can be gathered together to form a form of journal. The mixture of media doesn’t really matter, as long as there is output of some sort. So I might find that I am writing a lot one day – it might be creative writing (although isn’t all writing creative?) or a review of something I have seen or read, and it will add to the sum total of my life’s chronicle. At the end of my life I will leave behind some trace… although at the moment the only thing written by me in the British Library is a rather cynical legal article I wrote for Solicitors’ Journal a couple of years ago. I might one day collate some of my writing, but whether I can do that in a cohesive way that people will want to read, I don’t know. I will end now as I have something else to do, probably.
I wonder how many people I am reaching by blogging this blog….. I have steered clear of blogs since MySpace even though I have Blogger, facebook and a dozen or two other social network accounts. If this is actually read and commented on I may come back.