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Saturday, September 6, 2008

A Blog......music to save your mortal soul and how the good old boys met Miss American Pie...


I admit it, I like to read blogs. I like the whole exercise of peering into someone else's life, seeing what's up with them, what they are thinking, what's going on in thier worlds and maybe copping a few good ideas for my own blog ramblings. My blog tastes run the gambit in terms of topics. I am a dedicated reader to many women bloggers who share my home arts interests--- they are amazing decorators, inventive furniture restorers, avid junkers, creative crafters and dazzling gourmets. And, even though you'd think that I'd visit a lot of weight loss surgery bloggers--I am only faithful to 3. Then, I have my garden variety bloggers--the ones who always manage to come up with something to say on whatever topic they feel like blogging about. Most of them are people I never laid eyes on in my entire life. Some of them were friends and family even before the blogging craze hit. Others are people I know from my meanderings through life. The common thread between all of them is that they are all people who fit into my definition of folks who I could easily spend time with. I'd go to garage sales with some of them, visit quaint little towns with others, take a cooking class with a few, sit at a bar with one or two of them, party into the wee hours with others, take long walks or go to lunch with some others. Each of them manages to convey their personalities through their writing. No one pays them to write, no one puts a gun to their head to write and I'll bet none of them consider themselves to be writers. Yet, they are. They are good writers. Lyristists. Talented. Entertaining. Informative. Inspiring. Motivational. And most importantly--they are real people who write for no real reason other than to share their words and thoughts and ideas with real people--like me.


Oh and by the way, I'm not the only person who has ever been significantly influenced, motivated, inspired and informed by a blog.........
Meet Adam Brickley
Hear his story......


My dreams of fame may not be dreams at all. Thank you Adam Brickley for giving all of us bloggers hope..... And, thank you blogger extraordinairre Eileen for bringing Adam's story to my attention

3 comments:

Eileen, The Mayor, or Francine, depending on my mood and night of the week. said...

Who was it that said: "Never underestimate the power of a pissed off woman?"

Sher's Creative Expressions said...

Hi Judi, thanks for visiting me at my blog. Maybe I'll see you at the Country Living Fair next weekend. Wouldn't that be funny?

You look GREAT!! Congrats on the weight loss.

Blessings,

Sher

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