Two years ago today, I started this blog. I would say I deserve some chocolate to celebrate, but I already have too much (thanks to my kids who know me well and tried to outdo each other in pleasing me this Christmas). So instead of feasting on food, I’ll feast on blogging memories.
I started out with a BANG–posting a couple times a day for the first few days to fill up my blog so it didn’t look empty. I’m awed at my writing endurance back then. Whew! It makes me tired just reading back through everything.
In the beginning, I was very idealistic. I thought it would be easy to post daily, but learned very quickly that it’s not. Blogging is rewarding, but it Continue reading
Award time again. I’m so slow at accepting these that I hope the bloggers who give me these awards will not hate me and think I’ve forgotten about them. I haven’t. I just am a blogging award turtle…slow, but steady.
Faith Colburn, a new follower that has a nice midwestern flavor to her blog, gave me the Liebster award. Thanks, Faith.
I will answer her 10 questions and then ask that any of my readers that love chocolate accept this award and answer the questions Continue reading
is for Chocolate
I couldn’t pass up the chance to brag up Chocolate some more. To do so, I will write a poem that I probably could have thought up in elementary school (see how it spells out C-H-O-C-O-L-A-T-E?).
At least it’s short. I could have done Supercalifragilisticexpealidocious (my spell checker says I just spelled that wrong. Oh well!) Continue reading
My author interview today involves all of the above…so stay with me. Blogging has been a fun way to meet other writers–kind of like high tech Pen Pals. Today’s spotlight author is CARRIE RUBIN.
Carrie was one of the first bloggers I met. She’s a funny gal from Ohio that makes me laugh. I’ve been excited for her new book, and bought it as soon as it was released. I really liked it! Now on to the good stuff…chocolate, plagues and gift cards.
Tell us a little about yourself, Carrie. Continue reading
After reading my post yesterday about my love of frozen chocolate chips (and my diabolical desire to hide these from my children so I can eat them all myself), my sister-in-law sent me this YouTube link to this funny animated video. It perfectly describes my life (especially the frustration I feel when my house is void of all things chocolaty). It’s great! Hope you enjoy the talent that went into making this.
Click Here: ORMIE!
I love Ormie’s face at the end. Priceless! Thank you ARC productions…or as Cookie Monster would say…”Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum!”