The other day I wrote a blog post about how blogging has changed over the years. I was rather surprised that several people responded to that post, acknowledging that they, too, had observed the changes. Some changes are good, but others have not made the blogging journey very fun. Which, of course, if you aren’t blogging for fun, then you might not care much about that. But some of us started out blogging as a personal expression of our lives, our families, our day-to-day journeys, and we loved reading about each other’s experiences.So I’ve been pondering what I’m really doing out here these days in blog land. What is blogging all about these days? It is fun to discover new blogs with great recipes or crafts, or inspirational posts or devotionals. But sometimes it is so annoying when I click on a link to read a new recipe and there are so many ads and videos that it takes an age just for everything to download. Now, it could be that my internet speed is the culprit. But I’m pretty sure my internet is OK, since I teach online classes to children on the other side of the world and I never have internet slow downs when I’m talking to a seven-year-old in Shanghai or a 10-year-old in Beijing.