Natural things. Mostly.
Nice! I might even re-read it over Christmas.Don't be too quick to bury blogging. It's got a lot of life in it yet!
ah... delightful. GREAT. Thanks!!! Oh, lord, PLEASE don't abandon us here in the blog-o-sphere. Like many things, you can just pay attention to the things you like, and ignore the rest.And just post when you wanna.Your posts are among my very most favorite, be they photos and brief, always funny/clever captions, or your lovely fiction.Do you care to hear about anyone's favorite little bits in your writing?k. 'nuff begging for today. =)
Ah, wonderful! 'Bout time I reread it! Maybe I'll find those passages I wanted to mention to you.You made me care about the Bermuda rock lizard-- hope they're doing okay!
Thanks Susannah. I am continually impressed that you are able to produce on a daily basis a consistently fascinating and very interactive blog. I don't know that I've ever been able to do that. I started to lose hope in the practice of blogging a while back. A major blow was the quiet yet sudden hanging up of the blogging mitts by Pablo of the incomparable Round Rock Journal. Others have dropped away since, fewer newcomers are joining in, and festivals are withering away. It seems no one has time for the investment required. It's not dead by any means, but as with all things internet, despite being indelible it is definitely not permanent.BB, Thank YOU, and thanks for the Twitter shout-out. I love the unique upbeatness and humor of your blog's content as much as I, as a science-boy, love the content. I'm not going to quit blogging, not yet, but I'm starting to wonder about what comes next.Thanks Sally, I'm happy to hear you liked it enough to read it again, and still appreciate your helpful commentary the first time through. As for the rock lizards, they're still hanging in as far as I know.
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