In all my pre-writing and scheduling frenzy, I totally missed the fact that I have posted 100 blog posts now. That number is somewhat misleading because before I moved to WordPress as my platform I used to blog over on the Google platform known as Blogger (and still have a blog on that platform for something else, more to come later). This is the continuation of the 2 years or more of periodic blog posts I made over there. I did copy and repost a few of my old ones onto this new platform but never did anything with the old ones, in general. However, I’d still say I’m only up to about 140 at the most because I just didn’t post often enough before. I never felt I had anything I wanted to say or anything that anyone would want to hear. I feel that has changed as I get great feedback, from multiple platforms, from you Dear Reader(s) and I know you at least have an opinion, good or bad, about my
I’ll admit the majority of my blogging has come in the last (almost) 3 months thanks to Kristen Daukas making me aware of NaBloPoMo. I really do thank her for that. I have rekindled my love for writing. I’ve had Useless Things Need Love Too (yes I know there should be a comma after Love, but I’m a rebel like that) for several years now and it was meant just to be a rant space for whatever mindless things I wanted to talk about. It has pretty much stayed that way, but I have expanded to include a lot of other things. I can still spout and I can rant, but I do movie reviews, music reviews, restaurant reviews, life reviews, talk about travels that I and my wife, The BCPF, take, friends, business, happenings, and more. It’s really turned into a lifestyle blog and I like it that way. I hope you do, too (see that comma works, it does).
So happy 100+ for me and happy reading on to you and until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“There will never be a replacement for that ongoing physical contact. But I don’t think blogging is meant to replace the face-to-face of friendships and meetings. Blogging is a way to keep in touch with a larger group of people on an ongoing basis, in a more efficient way.” – Indra Nooyi