Today, Marocharim.com turns two years old.
Technically, The Marocharim Experiment was “born” on November 9, I-don’t-know-when, but I like to think of it as all grown up. A couple of years ago, I really didn’t know what I can do with my blog. I wasn’t interested in making money or being famous – after six, seven years or so of blogging, I haven’t got either or both – but I’d be lying to myself if I said I didn’t go places and I just remained where I am. Or was… I really should watch my grammar.
Or at the very least, a sense of fulfillment. While my comment forms will never be full of the thoughts of readers and admirers (if I have them) and the mantle wouldn’t be full of accolades and awards, there’s nothing like the sense of fulfillment that comes with getting through the day, making it out alive, and having something to write about in the evening.
It’s 7:09 PM, September 15th. Here I am, writing on a space (of the virtual kind) that has been around for a couple of years. Nothing to be proud of, really, in the grand scheme of things we should be proud about. Heck, for some people, it wouldn’t even be worth whatever. Things like girlfriends, for example. LOL.
A sad, boring, miserable existence for some, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.