30 Days and 30 Posts

Here’s Looking at You

 The first step in writing is to simply write. Press one key and then another and the next thing you know you’ve gotten to the end of your 30 days of blogging adventure.

In case you haven’t guessed it, I’m copping out a bit on this last one, but cut me some slack because it has been a long month!

Now for a bit of thanks. I have to say thank you to Sarah Olson, formerly of National Milk Producers Federation, who put the spark in me to start blogging five years ago with my Udder Side blog. She really put so much in motion in what I’ve done in the last five years. If you have not met the secret agent cows that work on our farm go check them out or stick around here where they’ll soon find a new home being guest bloggers for me right here.

Next I’ll say thank you to my friend Janice Person. A month ago I saw her mention about doing another 30 day blogging for herself and that became the inspiration to move to WordPress and get started. She is a fun blogger to read!

And lastly, thank you for reading and following along. There’s plenty of new topics to write about and fun stuff baking over in the draft section.

 

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    1. You’re very welcome. No. A clean slate here. Whether real or imagined I felt constricted by the way I had to write as well as content. I felt a bit in a corner. So a fresh start. I have reposted a couple and may do more as they’re appropriate.

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