Saturday, March 20, 2010
Blogging to Remember
I did fix up some fine corned beef Irish stew and ate it for three days in a row. With just two of us in the house now dinners don't go as fast as they used to--there's almost always some leftovers. Now until I get inspired to cook up another meal of real food I guess it's cereal for supper again--or cookies if we have them.
This past week you readers have been very patient with me as I totally got off my schedule when my story on Wednesday got continued on Thursday and finished yesterday. Two days of scheduled blog topics got postponed, but I guess we have the right to do that if we feel like it. I started telling my story on my Wednesday post and the memories kept coming. That's a cool thing about blogging I guess.
Last Monday I had a Blog Boggled post that turned into a love-fest for some of our fellow bloggers. That's another nice thing about this blog community--the spirit of support and sharing. This coming Monday's Blog Boggled post will recognize some other blog posts that deserve recognition and I will address a few things that bug me. That is, if I don't get all lovey-dovey again and even if I do get bugged sometimes I still love you all.
Michael Jackson's THIS IS IT was the topic last Tuesday. The planned topic for this coming Tuesday will be Films of Ominous Premonitions of Cataclysm and Apocalypse.
On Wednesday I'm going to be graced with a very special guest appearance by the Spunky one, L. Diane Wolfe. You have probably seen her lately on other blogs as she's been making the rounds promoting a new book. I'll have a few questions for Diane and I hope you'll join us.
This coming Thursday and Friday I plan to go back to the topics intended for this past week: A debate question about summer vacations and an article about mythical creatures--or are they real?
For your weekly dose of the Bible join me tomorrow as I continue last week's topic about how the Bible can benefit us. I hope that Ginny stops by again--Ginny, I really enjoyed your challenging comments last week.
Have you written your memoir, another person's memoir, or do you plan to? When you are writing, are ingrained memories ever brought to the surface that causes your writing to become sidetracked? Do you like to plan blog posts ahead of time or do you prefer spontaneity? Do you have any questions that you would like me to ask Diane?