IT’S the blog that captures the mood of the moment for thousands of middle-class families — and could make its author’s fortune according to an article in the Times. Judith O’Reilly launched Wife in the North, an online chronicle of her battles with three children, two elderly parents and an absentee husband while living in a northern hamlet, with the nearest town half an hour’s drive away. O’Reilly found an audience on the internet before breaking into the traditional media. I am very interested in Judy's story. I experience something similar in a tiny Welsh town where people are friendly but where I feel I do not belong. For a while it is okay. I moved here a little over two years ago because of my partner. People would tell me to leave but now it is not so easy. I will work in projects and have a plan so nothing is a problem. Life in rural Wales has been a shock to the system. Cardiff suited me better. Originally I am from Germany and I have lived in Cardiff. I am more used to the city life. There is no-one here who has anything in common with me. I deleted much what I had written, including many photographs I had so painstakingly uploaded. I have come to the conclusion it is not worth mentioning my experiences to anybody in form of a Blog. I still like the idea of a Blog as a personal voice on the Internet. I started it to sort out my thoughts. It is good though to communicate through a Blog.