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A day to remember

It was a totally new experience for me. I had long waited for this moment.

Years have gone by and identity was still under covers. I was living as someone’s daughter, wife or mother. Until one day, I realised that my soul lives in my writing.

A proud moment

  • At last that moment came when my writing became my work. My blogging made a small space for itself. I got an invitation for a bloggers meet and I had to make it this time.
  • At the meet, I was addressed as a blogger; my own identity. A talent that has come out of furnishing my own creativity. It was something that gave me immense pleasure to hear my name called out aloud for my work.
  • I learnt that to be virtually involved with your work, you need to socially involved with your fellow bloggers. You learn so much from everyone.
  • It was fun to meet all my virtual friends in real. Opportunities always arise when you take a step forward and rise above.

  That was the day to remember in my life.

 I am taking part in The Write Tribe Festival of Words #6



24 thoughts on “A day to remember

  1. You have made a big mark in such a small time. I too can never forget my first brand meet. It’s a boost to our writer’s ego to get to meet other bloggers & learn from them.

  2. I feel so good when I am being asked about my Blogging journey in social and family gatherings. It feels awesome to be known for something you LOVE. Not able to attend any meet yet but would love to.

  3. I have never been to an actual bloggers meet till now but I have had personal meet ups with bloggers turned friends who live in my city. And, I can tell you it is wonderful. Besides, getting recognition for a work which is no less than one’s passion is quite elating and liberating.

  4. I had the same feeling after years when I attended my first blogger meet too. I was a teacher before I took a break from career and had always been loved and respected by my students , I used to miss classroom teaching and then I attended a meet and I got my lost identity back. After that there was no looking back.


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