Tag Archives: blogging
Amusement is the goal of most bloggers. This theory is explained by Jim over at Borden’s Blather If I can amuse others while taking my enjoyment, all the better.
If you were lucky enough to take Organic Chemistry in college, you probably don’t recall it being funny. If you were a real masochist and took Physical Chemistry, “funny” is not likely a word found in your lexicon. But. … Continue reading
One of my daily reads is Colleen, the Chatter Master. Bite-size lessons about living. Earthy and honest. Sign up. You’ll thank me later.
In a few months, I will “celebrate” 10 years blogging on WordPress. The purpose of this post is two-fold and will be explained by the end of this story. Publishing is easy and even when WP makes “improvements” without notifying … Continue reading
Every once in a while, Master Blogger Steve Layman cleans off his desktop and it looks something like this. Just Another Dose of Randomness.
Yesterday, I wrote a story entitled Bloggers Block, making the excuse for why I got off my regular blogging schedule. OK, I was whining. So, what are the results? More than twice as many views as my next best day … Continue reading
During the nine and a half years I have been blogging, there were a handful of times that I claimed to suffer from “Blogger’s Block.” Those proclamations were usually followed by my getting energized and becoming a “Prolific Blogger”. I … Continue reading
I often opine on how blogging has broadened my world view and introduced me to some very interesting people. Ann Koplow is one of those interesting people. She has been blogging since 2013 and I was an early follower. Ann & … Continue reading
I don’t think I have ever met Rev. Tim McClendon. My loss. I retired from funeral service about the same time he came to be the senior pastor of a local church. It was shortly thereafter that I found his … Continue reading