After stewing periodically for my lack of posts, I decided to fearlessly compose and expose readers to my random themes about…blogging, and what inspirations might arise after a deliberate session of meditation.
I believe I’ll change the direction of what has become an infertile Orange Acorn.
Some bloggers post regularly, within a structure, with an indication of some cohesive strategy.
Many bloggers include daily lessons among their posts. Some inspire. Some attempt to sell product.
I read a zen parable once about the archers who always hit their mark.
What is it about blogging anyway? Must we be profound? Is a point the point with every post? From this point, I intend to bend the rules, as I bend my bow to release the missle onward.
I might release more haiku, as I do occasionally on Facebook. I might abstract facts and stretch poetic license and deposit some faction, you know…fiction that just might be true, or could be true.
Please…talk to me. Reply with your observations on how a blog should read. Who are your favorite bloggers? Tell me why you return to their posts.
My favorite bloggers? There are a few. Artie Isaac of Columbus, Ohio comes to mind. His blog is Net Cotton Content.
Then there is Seth Godin’s blog…every day…Monday-through-Sunday…sometimes Seth grounds out to first, but he gets base hits more often than not, and when he hits a homer it’s usually a winning run in the bottom of the ninth.
So please, reply…let me know how inane this must read, or how I just might have jarred a speck of inspiration from a corner of your sub-consciousness. Don’t be a stranger. Thank you.