Day Three and we are reaching out to those around us – a nice easy assignment as I am already following various blogs, so adding a few more wasn’t hard.
I decided to take it a little further and actually comment on some of these blogs, so I went and gave positive feedback to the new blogs I had found.
I’m even going to add a handy little widget so you can now see which blogs I follow and, dazzled by my good taste, go check them out too.
I have gained some followers too! Oh the joy of the “blogging 101” tag – all of a sudden lots of people (well at least 8) who wouldn’t have considered reading my blog are pulling up a metaphorical chair.
But this is making me think a lot about who I am writing for – which is, by happy coincidence the topic of tomorrow’s lesson. And also quite a lot about how often I want to blog (not everyday) and whether blogging is a good subject for a blog, or whether it is one of those things, like laws and sausages, where it is best if you don’t see how it is made?
I’m pretty sure that blogging is a great subject for writers, or for bloggers writing about writing, but not nearly as “on topic” for someone who wants to give moral support to others who are going through the immigration process to the USA and tell funny stories about an alien spouse, abroad in the Land of the Free.
Hmm food for thought …
Meet the Fockers is a 2005 film which was a follow up to Meet the Parents. Having given permission to male nurse Greg Focker to marry his daughter, ex-CIA man Jack Byrnes and his wife travel to Miami to Greg’s parents, who this time around are Mr. and Mrs. Focker, who are as different from them as can be. (Taken from IMDB)