Identify my audience?!??  What a stupid question… obviously it’s *anyone* that is reading my Blog!  There, Day 4 assignment finished πŸ˜›

On the other hand, maybe there is another perspective I am overlooking?  After all, these people giving the Blogging101 course seem to know what they are doing, most of the time, and why would they ask us all to *identify* our audience if it was that obvious? πŸ€”

Do they expect me to do a roll call? Maybe… right, anyone following my Blog please call out your name and tell me why you are here.

Or maybe they want *me* to think about who I am writing for?  “Lazy me” is telling me that is that “impossible to answer” question I have tried to answer in the past, better off just ignoring that one. I’m afraid of that question, that question leads to the dark side…

Fear is the path to the dark side.  Fear leads to anger.  Anger leads to hate.  Hate leads to suffering. I sense much fear in you…

Yoda, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace

The truth is I started writing this Blog for myself and anyone else who wants to read it.  It’s mostly an outlet for me, like a lot of things in my life.  Freedom, to express myself and do/say anything I want, when I want.  I think that’s still true today.

So here’s my answer to Day 4’s assignment.  I am writing for myself, so stuff my audience, they identified themselves long ago.

My only concession is, now  hat I have more (albeit temporary) followers (Thankyou! 😘) I am willing to write about things that you would like to read about.  The request line is open!

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