A Word to the Wise

Why Blog?

All it takes to write in a Blog

Is a Writer who is a Blogger

and a Reader who reads Blogs.

If someone is reading that Blog

–even if the blog is about nothing

then all the components are there:

the Blogger blogs,

and the Reader reads.

And IF he is reading, and she is blogging

then there is a connection

a piece of her mind

for good or for bad

is read and ingested

and taken to heart.

So what if the Post is about Nothing?

If its being read someone is interested

this is obvious right from the start.

The Key to blogging may be

not so much clever phrases

or figures of speech

as simply a communication.

So, if a blog is about Something

then it can’t be about Nothing.

What does that all mean?

If one is blogging…

well, they are blogging.

and if Reading?

Thank you for reading along!

26 Comments

    1. thank you…you are so sweet to say that. I seem to do better with stuff I write off the top of my head then some long thought out pieces.
      I have made writing my top priority…it is the thing that must be done before anything else. For too many years it was more of a reward that never really came true.

      1. in my original scribble of the “curls your toes” poem I had the words “twisted tongue”…and everytime I looked at it it made me uneasy, and I rewrote the line to “chills the heat of the… ?” I need to check, as I re-did the wording twice before publishing it. “twisted” is a good word I guess…LOL

      2. I think part of the problem is too many pictures. I was thinking last night that I need to back-up my blog…and print some of it out on paper. I’m a great paper person.

      3. my problem was when I had windows8.1 it was so bad that I sort of lost my confidence … it was next to impossible for me to get photos onto the site or onto ebay for that mattr. They fixed that, so now its easier. I’m still trying to do it the hard way of course.

  1. Interesting reflection – you are quite right! Love the look of this page, and that header photo is gorgeous and reminds me of a French Impressionist painting.

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