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What niche?

A friend of mine asked me the other day what exactly this blog is about; my answer was simple everything. This blog is where I can share anything and everything, whether it is about my life or some type of randomness I thought others would get a kick out of. He asked me if I was worried about over sharing or losing my sense of privacy. I told him that I’d only be losing as much “privacy” as I chose to give up. When asked again “but what will you be writing”, I told him I’d share pieces of me – my past, my present, my ideas, my sense of humor; nothing specific. My blog is filled with randomness and if just one person can take something from my posts (even if it’s just a good laugh) then I accomplished part of what I set out to do with the mijita chronicles.
 
I read a quote once that said “life is an open book full of blank pages, you write the story as you go.”
 
SO KEEP WRITING! I’m a firm believer that we go through the things we do in life for a reason even though we may not understand it at that time.
 
Well that’s enough of my blabbering. I hope everyone had a great weekend.
 
Til next time
 
XO -
VG

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  1. Well said mijita! I enjoy reading little bit n pieces. :)
    Syl

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Mijita (mee-hee-ta) - common term of endearment meaning "my small daughter" or more accurately "my dear child". My grandfather called myself and my 2 cousins mijita growing up (although I know I was his #1, LOL). The nickname has been music to my ears since I was a little girl, everytime he'd call out "mijita" we'd coming running while arguing (even at times pulling eachother's hair) to get there first since we really never knew which one of us he was calling. I lost my grandpa 11 years ago this past April but just because he's no longer walking this earth does not mean he's not still with me daily as cliche as that may sound. My grandpa Tim raised us 3 girls for a few years while our mom's worked on getting their lives together and I have to say those were the BEST years of my life. I have said it time and time again without his influence I probably would not be the woman I am today and for that I am thankful. My life has not bee