Some of us blog for most of the day, which is why some of my posts are about ideas for composing posts,organizing etc…  One neat plan I have, and that is the technical plan I’m using right now;  look for a theme someone else has posted with great success, and do your own take on the subject matter,or as I’m, a topic someone else has mentioned and yourself!  Look for posts that move you, and post about the poster.  Look at all comments you receive, from a positive point of view, and don’t be afraid to ask  friends for feedback.  that should bring you more visits as well, if you’re not self centered, and ‘here’ you will be happy!  Easy enough?

As for the real world, many more coping skills and self control, are necessary for your own happiness as well as others.  It’s mind over matter: ‘If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter!’  Try only allowing thoughts that ‘do’ make you happy, and see if you’re not a little happier at the end of the day.  Think clearly about what you plan to say, that may suggest a compromise that will make everyone happy! So, always important concerns in a diplomatic fashion, and give other a chance to voice their concerns…

I’m happy here because because I’ve been able to share a piece of myself with over 600 other people!  That’s all the success I needed,meeting so many innovative and loving individuals, plus sharing my goods and services with them is immensely satisfying for me, and I will never forget you all, some of which may have left since I’ve been gone.  God bless you all, want it or not!  LOL!  I will leave both of my sites up until afterJan.1st/2019, so some of you may gather up any excellent wall-papers from one of the best camera in the world, studying places in Ontario Canada!  And many pieces for new Web sites for those of you crafting them!Have yourselves a very merry Christmas!



Blogging: Passion

It’s almost impossible to write with passion unless we have something in life we are truly passionate about; being dedicated to something you love doing.  It could be mountain climbing or embroidery.  If you’re passionate about it, you can covey those emotional moments of triumph and defeat, as a translation of the written word.  We can always draw from experience as well…

When I want to write about something I’m passionate about, I need to place myself within a situation, so I prefer to blog these kind of stories late  into the night, where silence and solace are my allies!  I’m one of those very fussy writers who must have complete silence, someone to bring me a snack, or I’d starve to death…  I hear we tend to think more clearly on an empty stomach; must be some extra alertness survival method that kicks in.  Anyway, I find it works for me!

Ever have an argument, and after, write down all you can remember that was said?  That’s just journalism in action!  Journalists do sugar coat the facts to make events sound more exciting, more dramatic!  So if you find you need to beef up the excitement,  shore up the details, and inject more mystery, more questions!  Some things must be left to the imagination of the reader.  So it’s good to impose a sense of question-ability at times.  We don’t want anyone guessing the ending now do we?

Character descriptions must flow with some sense of continuity, to get the reader involved!  They are most important to provide a hero and a villan, a climax and an anticlimax.  If it isn’t working you up, you won’t work up your audience!  They are your objective; the ones you must hold captive to the story line!  What plot twists and moral questions do you wish to impose? 

When writing about a boxing match for example, you’re not writing about technique to work someone up.  It must be about pain; the fight to get back up when you have no strength left to do so!  It’s the crocked business, confrontations, a real behind the scenes look, the boxing audience doesn’t see!  That’s what we wanna read!  What life shattering event have you come through?  How did it change you?  What was the final result?  These are the questions you need to be asking!  Become whom you are writing about.  Embody their charactor as a living being on the written page…


Let’s Talk Trash

I had to trash a few prior posts that I considered didn’t do too well, just so I can talk trash to you now!  I admit I’m a bit of an oddball when it comes to my being like most people.  And that I’m also not crazy with fondness for you either.  Yet, over these last 3 years, I believe my writing skills have improved immensely!  We have established an open line of communication!  I’ve made many friends!  This is all reflected in the over 600 followers I’ve managed to accumulate: many of which, just over this last 6 months.  That was hard work for me!  It took trust, dedication, and potato chips!

I know that about half of my ‘hard earned’ followers are from Facebook: not the most reliable group on earth.  In fact, I’ve never once received a comment that said: ‘Hi!  I’m from Facebook!’  So I’m not positive the counter is retrieving reliable data from Facebook, or merely stating how many members i have over there, and adding it to the 300 Spartans I have here.

What I am sure of, is that since I told you I was moving and gave you my new blog address, and 10 articles later, I still only have 34 ‘real’ followers over there!  Do you think it fair, to take a genuine depressoid such as myself (a lineage I am proud of, and spans back hundreds of years in my family), and just toss me aside after all the ‘work’ I’ve done to establish a reliable rapor with you?  I thought we were friends!  We have made great strides since I first called you ‘creepy’…

Look!  I’m going to give you the benefit of the doubt (because I have no choice at this point), and simply assume you’ve simply forgotten about me, due to my drab and boring personality.  So once again, here is the address of my new blog, and I’d really like to hear from you, or I will slash my wrists with a dangerous toothpick, and it will all be your fault!  (Guilt trip #351).  Hoping to hear from you soon…  Your friend always:  Dr. Kevorkian