With the help of a good friend, I’m constructing an author site. Yes, it feels silly-self-promoting to have ".com" behind your name on the wide-world-web, but I figured might-as-well. One of the five tabs you can select is “about” – as in, about me. I’ve long toyed with the idea of writing a credo, but the timing has never felt true. But now, maybe it’s time.
Most credos I’ve read start with the words I/we believe. With each phrase, I’ve always sensed an exclamation point should follow; here is something definitive, something known. I won’t do that, or maybe better put, I can’t do that. My credo, if it can even be called such a thing, rides piggyback on the slithering black curved back of the lovely question mark. I start each phrase with why? This is by all means a work in progress, much like myself. I’ll start with ten and possibly add to or take away as days pass. I don't have many answers, but I do have questions...questions about me.