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Saturday, April 23, 2011

New Blogger Blood

Blogging soothes your psyche, it is infectious, it is addictive, it helps work out problems, it helps express emotions, good, bad, ugly, but as Catherine of A Thousand Clapping Hands lamented blogging is really difficult to describe to a non- blogger. Once you free yourself of the resistance of the written expression..you have a freedom in a world you never knew existed. You are never alone in this ethereal world.
First time bloggers are inspiring my mind to think new thoughts; to meander through someone else's thoughts..I am always amazed at the skill of thought 'telling'. Please have a gander...here...Meandering Muse.

7 comments:

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

[one] is never alone in this ethereal world. ain't that the truth. a good thing, no less.
and i agree. explaining blogland to a non-blogger is like squeezing blood from a stone. it don't work.
ha ha ha...
n♥

The Barn Door said...

Wondering where you have been lately!!!
Blog on!

ted and bunny said...

helloooooo...yes you're so right about this blogging lark.

I'm not ashamed to say I began reluctantly with the more business-aim leaning of directing traffic to my website, but I've made friends with such interesting people like you who I'll probably never meet, but love reading you posts and the comments you leave on mine, and also people here who I've met up with in real life.

I find with some that we have shared interests and experiences, and although are just fledgeling friends at present, it's nice to welcome them into my life.

Happy Easter to you
xx

Createology said...

Hi Kim: Thank you for the very nice comment. I trust you enjoyed your Easter. Mine was very uneventful. This blog post you have written is very true. I love blogging yet my family and friends so do not get it. They can't even try to relate even though many of them FaceBook. I love the generosity of bloggers and the creativity that abounds. It is like I have found "my people". May you have a wonderful week ahead...

Betsy said...

thanks for the link to a new blog friend!

Paula said...

Hi, Kimmie! :-) I've missed you over the last few weeks. Good news: THE KITCHEN IS FINISHED! Now I can get my life back. HA! I went to take a peek at your daughter's blog - she is such a talented writer! I know Mama is proud. Hope you had a wonderful Easter. Let's catch up soon!

Love ya,
Paula

adrielleroyale said...

I'm so glad you happened upon that older post! And yes, that is my precious little girl, I love watching her sleep so peacefully like that. :-D Thanks again for your comments, they really are appreciated!

P.S. I finally saw the two people kissing on the moon! :)