Sunday, May 15, 2011

It's Back to the Future!

This is the post that I had in my drafts all ready to post on Thursday, May 12 when I came home from work.
 Except that, we had the Great Blogger Blackout, and it disappeared.

It was lost, and now it's found.  After a three day absence this has made it back into my drafts.

Except, it wasn't all found.  For some reason this reverted back to a still earlier draft, missing some of the links.  I wouldn't post it now except that I promised the author of one of the blogs that I would post a certain link.  I like to think of myself as a person of my word.  So, better late than never and I am sorry for the delay.  Here, from the past, is my post:

"So far the Blogathon I am participating in has been a lot of fun.  The group is very supportive.  I've gotten some very nice comments.  I wanted to share some of my favorites of the past 10 days with you.

You'll never think of a backyard pool in the same way again. 

Pool Maintenance

I have a developmentally disabled brother in law, and this post resonated with me.
World of the Developmental disabilities in film


Next, we hear about a Japanese fruit, from someone living in Japan.

Yuzu

This next blog has an original idea-post entries from a high school diary, on the date (50 years before) it was written.  This one is on astronaut Alan Shepard:

High School Diary"


And that is where it ended.

I'm still agonizing over whether I want to launch myself into the unknown and move my blog to another venue (WordPress or Tumblr).  May is a pretty busy time in Upstate New York, as nature wakes up.

So. as for tomorrow- I have a special announcement. Tomorrow, on our Blogathon, it is Guest Post Day.  I am thrilled to announce that the woman who gave me the inspiration to join the Blogathon will be my guest poster.  And, I will be guesting on her blog, too.  In fact, I sent her my post a few minutes ago.

She has some pretty big shoes to fill and I hope I can fill them.

But I know you will enjoy her.

Her who?  Well, that will have to wait until tomorrow.  Unless that becomes yesterday.  In the world of the Internet, anything is possible.

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