Blogging Blast: Take Cover!

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The seasons, they are a-changin’ here in Missouri; the weather is trying to make up its mind between frost or sunshine. The plants are going dormant and the bugs are dying off (finally–I should buy stock in “deet”; and as much as I use, it’s probably a good thing that I’m not within childbearing age anymore.)  Each season, it’s like nature just decides to try something new, and even though it’s the same rotation, it’s always got it’s own spin. (Pardon the pun.)

And if nature gives itself permission, why not me, too?

Therefore, for this week I will initiate my first “Blogging Blast”, which is a blog per day for one whole week.  You can take that as a promise or a warning, whichever seems appropriate.  I realize this is no big deal for some veteran bloggers, and yes, I shamelessly use the scheduler without remorse.  And yes, I try to keep them to around 500 words, so granted, they are none of them literary tomes that will likely end up in the Library of Congress.  (Fear not!  My weekly “Not-My Poetry” will be published as scheduled.)

Regardless, each post will be published at 0800 (Central Time) so feel free to check in (or alternately go off the grid, just to be safe).

Here goes…..

Author: dawnlizjones

Tends toward TMI, so here's the short list: guitar and banjo (both of which have been much neglected as of late), bicycling (ibid), dogs, very black tea, and contemplating and commenting on deep philosophical thoughts about which I have had no academic or professional training. Oh, also reading, writing, but I shy away from arithmetic.

13 thoughts on “Blogging Blast: Take Cover!”

  1. That is tough. I try to get one longish one a day, and it’s very very hard. The scheduler? Well of course. Everything I do is done in advance, unless I am behind a post an then maybe I will write then publish. Good luck with this!

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      1. I just go with the flow really. I usually start with my concept and how ever many words I need is what readers get LOL. It amazes me that we are in a day where 1500 words is along read though. Wow. We have the attentions spans of 2 years olds!

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