Now the last time I saw behaviour like that it was down the sweetie aisle in the supermarket and the culprit was a toddler and not a grown woman! I did wonder if she threw tantrums like that in real life or just saved them for the online community :)
Unfortunately I've been seeing more and more posts like this and it got me questioning why we do things like share photos of things we've made or run a blog.
Why do I read blogs was an easy question to answer, I read them because I'm nosey and love a peak at other people's lives, I love the inspiration I get from them and I'm almost certain that the people on the blogs I do visit would never stop just because they don't get comments.
At the moment my chief photo bomber, AKA Maddie, doesn't really appreciate all of my stories but I know there will come a time when she'll be grateful that I wrote them all down, at least I hope she will.
I have many of my dad's stories in my head and maybe I should share some of them, especially the amazing photos he took when illegally flying too low over London before I was born!
I share my stories to create a bit more space in my brain for more memories, to stop my "mind palace" becoming full :)
If I don't get any comments on my blog am I going to stop doing it? No way! If someone comments on something I've said or done then it's just a bonus.
So when I ask myself the question "why do I do it?" the answer is easy: