Welcome, brave reader, to my blog.
If this is your first time visiting, you probably already know from the banner at the top of the screen that I’m a teenager who likes to ramble. I ramble in English and Scottish Gaelic about topics are diverse as autism, Christianity, Australia (including SOTA), and travel. Sometimes I also post recipes, mostly gluten- and dairy-free.
This is the first post I ever did, introducing myself. It’s pretty outdated, but you can probably find out everything you need to know about me by looking in the abovementioned categories.
Have fun reading my ramblings!
Okay, one more thing, and I’m sorry I have to do this, but here’s my comments policy. I write about some pretty controversial issues sometimes, so it’s almost inevitable that your views will disagree with mine. If that happens, you may take up to two comments to express your view in a calm, inoffensive manner, after which we will peacefully agree to disagree. No name-calling or accusations of narrow-mindedness, any-isms or brainwashing.
I say this because I want everyone to be able to express their views and I want to be able to show both sides of a story on my blog – I don’t want to be accused of being one-sided and ignoring other viewpoints. I’ve had some pretty nasty comments in the past, and for the most part, I’ve allowed them through for this reason – balance. However, this doesn’t give you licence to keep banging on at your own point of view for comment after comment as if it’s the only and correct one and I’m an idiot. It’s my blog. Be respectful.