There's always a certain degree of anonymity to the identity of the blogger behind The Rainbow In Me.
Personally, I would think that the mystery adds to the excitement of the story being unfolded in here. It creates higher sense of imagination, and it's fair judgement - as people will not relate things that I expresses out in here to the physical me.
It's a virtual world, with a slim chances of crossing over to the reality.
Dear Leo Nut,
My name has always been prominently used as the sign-off at the every end of a blog entry.
Truth is, that's my name in Chinese and for once, I really want people to call me by that. Most of the time, I am being called by my first name out in the public.
Put together my name, and it runs an initial that's somewhat "naughty".
As for the other blogger who knows me, there are actually a few more whom sort of knows me personally in real life and still keep in touch.
One, I would say that the friendship ended up not in good terms as somehow, trust was being broken.
Just only a new form friendship, that blogger took things for granted. Hence, I have learnt to be much more careful when mingling around within the cyber-sphere.
Having said that, am also very approachable. Just an email away or a click away.