More Thoughts on Blogging and Stuff
Wow, what a week. There is so much that has gone this week and so little time to talk about it. Earlier this week I was involved in a little back channel communications with another blogger about blogging. The conversation was a bit stilted and at times less friendly than it could be.
This other man/woman has some funny ideas about their place in the world. I don’t know why they think that they can poke others without fear of someone poking back. There is not a real need to go into details other than to say that if you don’t like fire you should play with matches.
During the last week or so I have come up with some posts that I really like.
I am proud of those. They really work for me. Every one of them can be improved upon, but flawed or not they are still meaningful to me. Blogging is a skill that can be improved with practice and effort. The more you do it the better you can become.
I don’t buy the argument that you should only post once a week. I don’t think that you have to only post your best material. I don’t fault people for doing so, it is just not me. This blog is a snapshot of my life. I show my best and my worst.
It is not always easy. There are times that I just shake my head and wonder what I was thinking, but at the same time I learn so much from this experience.
Tonight my son and I spent a little time talking about why an education is important. I hope that he really internalizes what I am saying and that he dives headfirst into it. A good education is just so important. It is not the only thing and on its own it cannot make you a well rounded person, but it is a critical component.
Britney Spears- Are You Really This Stupid
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Photographs showing pop star
Britney Spears driving a car with her infant son in her lap, in apparent violation of motor safety laws, caught the attention of child welfare authorities and ignited a media uproar on Tuesday.
Good to know that there is no corruption here.
“But he said he believed much more had been misappropriated. “I cannot count the numbers because I’m not an accountant. It might be billions of dollars. When I end my investigation, I’m going to put out in detail all the numbers,” he said.”
That is it for now. This old man has to get some sleep.