Lady Lavery happened upon Winston Churchill one day as he stared, paint-dipped brush in his hand, at a blank canvas. Noticing his apprehension, she took a large brush and flung paint at the canvas.
He was never again intimidated about beginning a painting. So, I opened a page here in Weebly and began with the obvious: "Today, I embark on a journey; I am starting my first blog." Simple enough.
The paint had been flung, and I was off … with no idea how long I would be able to continue my blog, and wondering, “What in the world could I possibly have to say, week after week, over time?”
My initial concept for this blog was to, hopefully, reach other rhymers, and as a place to showcase my poems and my books online. Two years later, I am still, “putting one foot in front of the other.”
Now, as I begin to contemplate my approach for a panel about blogging at the Clockwork Alchemy Convention in May, I am wondering, "What can I possibly have to say to those in the room?"
Unlike Linda Lee, who is very knowledgeable about blogging, I am no expert. However, I can speak from my own experiences of trial and error, of overcoming, and of discovering the path along the way.
After all, that is what I've been doing for the past two years.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~Happy Birthday, Blog!!!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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