Am I already out there?

29 Jun

I’m only on post #2 and already I discover I’m not as original or clever as I thought. Searching for my blog (to see if it works on my mobile of course) I find that someone has already adopted the fanastic, amazing and original blog title Full-time Everything. What’s more they’ve added a couple of extra words to the title that hone it to exactly what I meant mine to convey. Oh gone on – rub it in! Even the topics they’re covering are what I’m most likely to blog about. And to top it all off – they even look like me! Unbelievable. I don’t feel like I’m in a parallel universe. It’s worse than that.  I feel like whatever I write they will have written it before me. Probably the day before. Most probably better than me.

PS. In a huff I have since changed my blog title to Crumbs and Pegs. Not an entirely random collection of words (the title that is – the posts could indeed be described as such depending on how much you like them). Explanation at a later date …

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