…will somebody read it? Yes, I think so … at least a few, and for that I’m thankful. That’s perhaps what I love the most about all this — the interaction … meeting people online. The Daily Post-challenge has already meant a lot, even though just a couple of months have gone by.
This wasn’t going to be a blog about blogging. It just came to mind because I was thinking about WordPress. With regards to that challenge, it would perhaps have been a little better to have had the regular, free WordPress.com-blog, because then it links automatically when you tag your posts with ‘dailypost2011‘. How cool is that! Nevertheless … cool or not — I love the freedom that WordPress.ORG grants me.
Last night, before falling asleep, I finished the book I’ve been reading for the last week. «Three Weeks with my Brother», by Nicholas Sparks and his brother Micah. Nicholas Sparks is the guy who wrote «The Notebook» … I believe many people have seen that film.
This book, however, was an interesting experience … at the same time as it was a travel log, it was also a biography. After having read it, it’s like I know the guy very well! I’m even following him on Twitter! Ahhh…. the wonders of the Internet!
Before this, I’d only read one book by him … ‘Nights in Rodanthe‘ — it was the lady in the library, who recommended this one. Reading the remaining part of his production will feel very different now that I “know” him 🙂 These are the type of books that I love to read…
Cat McDuff is cool about it though … no more hiding underneath the kitchen sink when it’s stormy weather.
Big, wet flakes are covering our windows and obscuring the view … there isn’t much of a view anyways — right now it’s a whiteout. A few black-backed gulls are still soaring in the updrafts, that’s all.