Adventures in Blogging

This week has been so great for me. Making myself produce multiple blog posts per week has forced a schedule into my life, which has worked wonders for my mood. I can’t believe it. I have been SO happy since I started blogging every day. 8 pm is my blogging time, and I write a post for the next day. Sometimes, to get ahead, I start posts on my lunch break. I decided not to write posts more than 2 days ahead AND to still post when I wanted to just get on here and ramble (see today).

And, you guys, WOW! I have been getting the best, most thoughtful comments. The people who read and comment here (admittedly, at this point, all friends of mine from the past and present) really read and comment. So:

Dear commenters: you’re smart and funny and I’m glad you’re here.

Dear lurkers: I am also glad you’re here, and I would love you to comment if something strikes your fancy.

Dear person who found my blog by googling “i hate ms. thor”: Am I the right person? Do you really hate me?

To wrap up my ramble, I am going to celebrate that TWO! people I know with blogs are participating in NaBloPoMo. Which, every time I type? I type as NaNoWriMo.  sigh.

First, a real life friend, Elena Cambio at Fred In The Can.

Second, an online friend of several years, fancypance.

Both smart women who I am lucky to have in my circle. Check them out!

P.S. today is the last day to sign up for NaBloPoMo, so, if you have a blog- consider joining in, will you?


4 thoughts on “Adventures in Blogging

  1. This bit of blogging has re-energized me too. It is so satisfying – why have I put it off so long?

    Anyway, thank you for linking. I am reading your posts daily and loving them, even though I don’t comment often.

    • sarah, i’m glad to see you popping up in my google reader again! I actually tried to comment the other day but my computer was being all weird with the commenting interface. 🙂

      thank you for reading! glad you like. 🙂

  2. The reason you get ahead in your blog prep is you are a writer who is taking up her time with a job and the commute it entails. You are a writer… not just a person who writes. And you are good…no better than good… I say this because I have been reading your words not because you are my friend.

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