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Blogging Lately

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In light of the health situations my husband and I have been experiencing, I haven’t posted a lighthearted blog in a while. I’ve been much too serious lately.

Some of your blogs have touched my soul. Some have made me laugh. Some have made me go … whaaat? Many are lighthearted, fun and entertaining. I’ve read some of your stories that are stranger than fiction, but true!

I ask myself, why don’t I have those types of stories to tell? Then I realized … I’ve told many of them already. Four of those stories are in my memoir anthology. I’ve also posted several on this blog (The Plight of the Flight, Mystical Tours, Ichnemon, etc).

On top of the health issues, I’m working on two novels right now. It takes me away from getting some funny or philosophical life experiences written for the blog. I miss doing it. So, I’ve started writing some and hope to post them soon. I hope you’ll stick around and come back when their ready for posting. I may be in and out of the blogging world until then. In the mean time … may joyous blessings find you.

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20 thoughts on “Blogging Lately”

    1. Andrea, thank you so much for pointing that out. I had forgotten about it. I do have a story or two to still tell from that crazy time. Several are halfway written. I appreciate the comment and support.

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  1. Despite what some of the blogging-how-to tutorials suggest, there are no rules but there is community, and we understand that blogging is an extension of real life both in content and frequency 🙂

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    1. Hey EllaDee. I think I enjoy blogging the most, because I’m alone a lot. It keeps me connected and in touch with all you great people. But, life is calling. Thank you for your support.

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  2. I have your blog in my reader, so I’ll always know when you post again, no matter how much or infrequently. I think blogging is like that. In my early years, I had something to say every day. And now, with some of the same readers from the very beginning, I don’t have as many stories to tell. I think it’s the natural progression. And you’re writing novels. Isn’t that what you’d really rather be writing? Blogging is a great way to stay connected and socialize, but I think we’d all love to be doing something on a larger scale with our writing. You’re doing it! Don’t feel bad about it.

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    1. Hey Terri. I think I enjoy blogging more than writing, because I’m alone a lot and it connects me to people I enjoy (unlike fb). I like going to all of your blogs too, but it’s hard to get to them with this stuff. Thank you for your support and for checking for me in your reader. I always look forward to hearing from you on both of our blogs.

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    1. Crazy as it seems, I enjoy my blog most of all. It’s probably because I’m alone a lot and it keeps me connected to all you great bloggers. Thanks so much for your support, Miss Robin.

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  3. Writing two books takes time…I found this out while researching the History of our Little Church in the Woods back home. I only had so much energy and felt that “I Must” get through that volume. I missed you guys and look forward to whatever you have time to write.

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    1. Sometimes I think I’d rather blog than write my novels. I think it’s because it gives me contact with the outside world, and I’m alone so much. Thanks for sharing your experience, Linda, and for your kinds words of support.

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    1. For sure, Anneli, and I’m working on two novels at the same time. Not to mention that I’m going to attend a writer’s conference next month to decide which publishing route to take with my finished novel. I appreciate your support and confidence in me.

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    1. Thank you, Carrie. I really enjoy blogging and interacting with my favorite bloggers. I miss it if I’m away (or you guys are away). I have several blogs started, but not finished. I’ll probably put up my quotes regardless, but don’t plan to be away too long. You’re right though, I do need to put my energy in the place it’s most needed. Thanks again.

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  4. Take care of yourselves, Lori. There is a time and season for everything…I think there’s a song that says that. I have had the same thoughts when reading some other blogs–gosh, there’s no more stories to tell. And then it’s realized–hey, all those stories have already been written. Some more times than once!

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    1. Thank you, Kathy. I really enjoy blogging and interacting with my favorite bloggers. I miss it if I’m away (or you guys are away). I have several blogs started, but not finished. I’ll probably put up my quotes regardless, but don’t plan to be away too long. But, yes, I’ll do my best at taking care of us. Thanks again.

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