In 2011, when I was brand new to the wonder that is high school, I wrote my first blog post here on Sincerely, E. Much has changed since then, but the blog-o-sphere has remained much the same. It continues to expand exponentially and not only does it become vaster, it improves exceeding all expectations. I’m utterly thrilled to play a minuscule role in this world of online writers.
Since I was flitting around in fairy skirts and obsessed with my red patent leather shoes, I’ve had an immense and ever growing interest in fashion. As my heels increased in size, my interest in not only what I wore, but in reading and experimenting with fashion and its ever changing trends, flourished. I admit to being a bookworm, and not a closet one, and a good novel is always close at hand. I’ve been modelling since I was a mere two years of age thanks to my mum running a modelling agency. This could explain many things about the amount of shoes in my wardrobe..
Sincerely, E is only a small portion of the many blogs we scroll through online. There is an enormous number of authors, writers and aspiring journalists who are able to share their moving words with the entire world and this is what I love so immensely about blogs. I intend for my input to be somewhat entertaining for you, my readers, not only for your own enjoyment but also for my own. This website has been my home since I was 12 years old, and now having entered adulthood, I plan to continue my story-telling with all sixty thousand of you, my followers (crazy, I know – thank you).
From the time we are toddlers, people plague us with questions about our future.
“What do you want be when you grow up, Ellie?” At five it was a singer, by seven a model and by twelve a police officer. Now, at 20, I look at the ground, shake my head and laugh when people ask, “So what do you want to do when you grow up?” It’s a question with many possible answers and I would like to believe that Sincerely, E will play a role.
“Sometimes it is the people no-one imagines anything of who do the things nobody can imagine.” – Alan Turing, The Imitation Game