Well, phooey! Only a handful “liked” my blog yesterday! Phooey again! It was concise, encouraging and had a little “ring” to it..”Blah! Blah! Blah! Blog”. Don’t you think that’s cute? Well only a handful “liked” it meaning only and handful either “got it” or really “liked it”.
That’s what blogging is all about folks. Sometimes readers like what you write and sometimes they don’t. You just cannot and I repeat cannot let it get you down. You have to forge forward with your mission.
Right now I’m on a mission to write 31 days. I’m blogging on chickens… I know, “chickens?” Well, it’s what you do when you have 40 folks. They are your life, basically and you just write about them cause it’s what you do! And, let me say, #chickenlivesmatter too! <a href=”https://chickenlivesmatter.com/2017/07/01/blog-31-days-a-series-on-chicken-lives-matter/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Check out my blog on my chickens… </a>
Okay? If not, I’m going to say “phooey!”
Bye for now ya’ll!
Hey! Are you blogging? Are you? Is it just inside of your being to want to put words down?
Well, I am on a mission! I wish I could feel this way all of the time! I am writing day and night, night and day and so happy. I’m so happy. It’s as if everything is a story! My daughter will say something, or I will see something, or I’ll hear something and I run to my go-to journal to write down my very thought so I won’t forget it.
Next month we’re going to take a journey together where we “Blog 31 Days”. I am hoping that you will take this trip with me. It will require A LOT and I mean a lot. You’ll have to blog, blog, blog, blog! But, if that’s what you love… hey….
Check out our links about the “Blog 31 Days” event up and coming and take part. Okay?
Okay. This is going to be so fun explaining. Blog 31 Days is a blogging experience that covers literally 31 days of writing. It’s free and you are welcome and encouraged to participate.
Wikipedia explains the days of the months this way:
“Thirty days hath September, April, June, and November;
All the rest have thirty-one,
Excepting February alone,
And that has twenty-eight days clear
And twenty-nine in each leap year.”
It is a traditional verse mnemonic used to remember the number of days in the months of the Julian and Gregorian calendars. It arose as an oral tradition and exists in many variants. It is currently earliest attested in English, but was and remains common throughout Europe as well.”
Our blogging experience will begin in August for yes, 31 days! I hope you’ll join in. It’s free. We will also use other 31 day months of the year but our inaugural blog will be in August of 2017 for 31 days!