If one blogs on a regular basis, can it be said that he/she is bloviating, or would it be blogviating? I wondered about this as I read through tons of very verbose blogs. The writers rabbit on and on, assuming we read and interpret their intended messages from their choice of words.
The world is waiting with bated breath to hear our next word(s) on everything from music and books to panties and senior citizens. And of course, my favorite topic, “Looking Younger Every Day.”
What are your deepest thoughts? Perhaps you’ve blogged how to prepare your best fancy feast of young duck. Your mouth-watering ingredients has whipped the scientific readers into a fuliguline frenzy.
“Foul!” they cry, anticipating the slaughter of many sea fowl long before their time. An environmental disaster, second in comparison only to B.P. Oil.
As a blogger and speaker, my most important character trait from my writing toolbox is the use of humor, ah, yes, and a bit of sarcasm. The sharpened blade of rapier wit, with perfect timing during just the right moment. Delectable. Unforgettable. Delivered with exquisite precision.
I read a variety of blogs but certain ones touch my heart first. Baby Boomers are my favorites, because they say whatever they darn well please. You can’t shame a Baby Boomer.
Animals are another favorite and I particularly like any trivia having to do with underwear. (My sons would qualify this as my most annoying habit, but I think my most annoying habit is that I bite my nails.) How can compulsive underwear giggling compete with my nubby nails and chewed cuticles?
The secret to successful blogging? Write as if your life depends on it. Write, not to become published, but to polish your craft. Write because you have to. Just write.
As you have read through my post, see if you can find one thing I revealed about me that is not exactly true, in fact, it’s a bold-faced lie. Can you guess where it is?