Category Archives: blogging

INoGoToBloNoMo

I’m not going to blog (daily) no more. I can’t take it. At the beginning of the month I had a couple of interesting things to talk about. Then I felt like a couple of boring posts were okay, because … Continue reading

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Nothing to Say

This Nanoblopomo is great. It’s making me accountable to this blog. However! I don’t always have a formulated thought that I want to blog about. Planning out a daily theme? No thanks. Pre-blogging? Well, it’s great in theory but I … Continue reading

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Our World, This Moment

This has been a weird winter. Mostly warm, a little rain and not much of note. There hasn’t been the backslide into depression I normally undergo but it’s not February yet, so there’s still time. Yay. Recently my daughters and … Continue reading

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And now for the annual Note To Self regarding online activities

It seems to happen cyclically, this examination of the rewards vs the energy suck of spending time on the computer. Notice, that I’m blogging about it rather than simply taking it into my brain and acting upon my thoughts and … Continue reading

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Blog-ettes

Today I’m going to do a couple … maybe even a few short posts about happenings around Four Oaks. I shall call them Blog-ettes. We have a lot going on, my ADD is in high gear and I’m feeling guilty … Continue reading

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Still Here. Sort of.

We’ve been fighting off allergies and viruses all spring. When the sun shines, we make hay but I’m out of batteries for the camera and too broke to buy new ones and without a photo my desire to blog is … Continue reading

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The Silence

It’s been obvious, I suppose, that I am out of thoughts to share and things to blog about for the time being. I don’t know if it’s the late-summer doldrums or depression (I started to say ‘simple depression’ but hell, … Continue reading

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