Worthy Goal?

Hey WordPressers,

I’d love to have 1,000 fellow bloggers following me this year, and if there’s something that you’d like me to write about that would interest you enough for a follow, please comment in this post.

Why 1,000?  Because 1,000 feels like success.  If I don’t reach that, I’ve not found something interesting enough to blog about, or I’m not interesting enough, and I get that.

I’ll cry for a while, but I’ll be over it eventually.

Maybe.

If you have suggestions on how to have a more successful blog, please let me know that too.

Comments are only open for a week or whatever WordPress’ cut off is because when I’ve left comments open indefinitely, I got a LOT of spam.

Thank you so much, and if I can help you meet a blogging goal, let me know!

Cheers.

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© seekingsearchingmeaning (aka Hermionejh) and Abstractly Distracted’s Blog, 2010 – current

 

Weekly Photo Challenge: Waiting

I’ve been waiting a long time for this one…

I used to think my life wouldn’t be complete or fulfilled without a husband, but I’ve come to understand that I’ve only ever needed myself.  Once I started making better choices, loving and accepting myself, and focusing on my life, other parts of my collage started to be fulfilled:

I thought peace and happiness would come from what I attained, or achieved, or especially, through someone else.  In fact, most of the turmoil I’ve experienced in my life was because I tried to get others to give me, or do for me what I needed to give to, and do for, myself.

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© seekingsearchingmeaning (aka Hermionejh) and Life On Earth’s Blog, 2010 – infinity.

Saturday, Please Don’t Mock Me

No writer’s block will stand in my way.

I banish you, wandering thoughts!

Stay on task, write the book –

oh wait, a cute man just walked by, and I stopped to have a look…

No!

Back to writing, back I say, I don’t care that it’s such a glorious day!

There will be others, now don’t you fret, and you’ll waste them as you would have today if you didn’t commit to write, I bet.

Dr. Suess, you are not, well, maybe if we find a fish in a pot, and the fish starts talking, and telling you what to do – but if that should happen – I’d go to a doctor, if I were you.

Fine, I shall go back to writing my story, about people doing things, maybe it’ll get gory.

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© seekingsearchingmeaning (aka Hermionejh) and Life On Earth’s Blog, 2010 – infinity.