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Two Writing Teachers.
Day 29 of the Found Objects Poetry Challenge was this photo from Diane Mayr. It’s festive and I’m celebrating.
my blogs are ten
I remember when
a writing place to play
Yes, my blogs, Check It Out, Solace in Nature (photo) , and this blog turned ten the end of February.
I remember another librarian in the district talking about blogs as a means to communicate what life in the library was like. I ‘m a jump in kind of person so I was eager to learn about blogging.
My blogs migrated early. Check it Out: Life and Books in a K5 Library School Setting was the first blog. This entry from 2007 talks about it being my blogaversary. Those first year entries are in cyberspace somewhere.
It wasn’t long before I needed a personal blog for my writing, Deowriter was born. When I moved from Blogspot to WordPress, I thought I would just have a photo blog at Blogspot but I have a difficult time keeping up the photos.
I think I could do a better job with blogging on a more consistent manner. It is why I love these month challenges as the give me a boost to write.
Congratulations of having a blog for ten years. I hope you have fun this month and this challenge is a boost to your writing. You have stories only you can tell.
Ten years is a big deal, and I’m impressed that you are managing different blogs, too, Jone. I’ve been wondering if it’s time for a change for me.
Congratulations, Jone…the thing about blogging is that it grows you as a writer and a thinker, AND it connects you to a world in which you “meet” word lovers, poets, and thinkers every day.