The thing with writing a blog for your character is that it always ends up backfiring at you. Why you ask? because, mainly, you are clueless about that certain character, take it out of their natural habitat and they seem a little bit out of place in your head. Distorted you become, paranoid with the idea that you will never understand them, it scares you.
However, once you become more familiar about the ups and downs and grow closer to them, no matter how much time you have reserved yourself from writing, you become fluent in the language of their mind. You start writing again and you feel illuminated by the imminence of their thoughts and you let your mind dictate their chronology and your hands to carry them into paper (i.e. word page).
An actor you become, nourishing the idea and giving it a greater scheme, a little tweak here and there, change is welcomed, and you progress. You liberate the ideas and they, in return, admit their back-thoughts….