I had been touched with many of the responses from people who share the same passion in blogging as me. There are many instances when I know deep in my heart that I am doing something right when I heard those fuzzy-wuzzy words left in my comment box.
Recently, a photo I picked up from my computer caused me to write a mushy post about being a mother. When I write something like this, I try to keep in my mind the thoughts of many people.
One of them is those mothers who had an only child but whom had died. So, when I say :
Including the one that I had once loved but no longer here.
I hope these moms know that I do remember their heartaches.
Then, I say :
Be it her own flesh and blood or a child picked up lovingly by her to care
I thought of the moms who are not able to have children and had adopted a child/children.
I feel it is only right that I try not to cause too many heartaches when I am proudly proclaiming how blessed I am. I have to arrange my words properly.
So, when I found this comment left in my comment box:
# ummi Says:
July 19th, 2005 at 7:01 pm e
exactly what i feel when i look at my H.
& u wrote it soo beutifullyâ€¦.thank you
thank u also for this extra bitâ€¦â€or a child picked up lovingly by her to care.â€â€¦.i love you lilian!!!
I am terribly touched. Ummi adopts her daughter.
Then, pompit left another comment. Pompit wasn’t able to conceive until many years later. Her pregnancy is a miracle to me.
And then…..this guy who looks very hamsap to me, always surrounded by lengluis quoted what I blogged. It is fuzzy to see a father openly declaring his love for the kids. Best examples are Mr. B, James and Papi, Chief and others.
You can see his son, also sleeping so soundly. Of course, I must warn you that Wilwolf is not your regular dose of HAHAHAAHA, proper language blog. I don’t know why Wilwolf reminds me of Rojaks. Two crazy, grown men with family who blogs hamsap stuffs and yet, very much a family man in real life. I must say the blogsphere has grown much broader.
Back to my title….
It is worth blogging when….
what you said touch someone’s heart with kindness.