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Apr 24, 2014 10:27 AM CST
|Okay, I understand now. Just like when I was a disc jockey all alone in a room, playing vinyl records and talking into a mircrophone wondering if anyone was listening - that's what blogging is - only no on can hear if you cough or sneeze...or accidentally curse. |
My small blog here on ATP was created just so I could say "I have a blog"...but wow, two people have already seen my blog. I will be sure to comb my hair and wash my face (deodorant optional) before posting again, just in case anyone is looking.
Online I follow a few gardener's blogs. Some add new posts each week (how do they get any work done?), some once a month, and one only when there is something new happening.
My favorite gardening blog:
Hayefield, A Pennsylvania Plant Geek's Garden, by Nancy 'Nan' J Ondra.
Never ceases to amaze me what she can accomplish in a zone 6 garden - gives me hope for my zone 8. She also tosses in some photo tips; the llamas are just a bonus any day of the week.
Number 2 (with a bullet) is:
Little Farm in the Big City.
This is the blog I would have written myself if computers were invented sooner and I were a more organized person. Well, I still wouldn't have done the 'home school' part, but yes to everything else.
Last but not least (easy to dance to, has a good beat):
Oops, did I just give you the link for the first article I wrote for the RustySpade blog, how embarassing.
(Note to Sharon: Thanks for encouraging me to write ; we can work on painting next month, okay?)
Sunset Zone 28, AHS Heat Zone 9, USDA zone 8b~~"Leaf of Faith"