Just a Blogging Along, Singing a Song


May BlogaThon – not to be confused with May BlogAThong

So, I decided to use peer pressure to help me write a blog a day for the month of May. This here will be the first post, and will be somewhat incoherent since I thought today was not May the First. But, 30 days hath September etc.

I have at least 5 days worth of blogging up my sleeve: I never finished a movie review of the 1970 something Jesus Christ Superstar, I want to start a regular feature titled Afternoon Teleogy,  I have my job search which I can bore everyone with, and then there is the usual poking fun at politics etc. And, The Global Exclaimer has to announce its official endorsement of a surprise candidate for President of the USA.

After that, well, we’ll see.

This particular blogathon is the brain child of Michelle Rafter, and I think this is the fourth year this has been going on. I don’t think there are any requirements like minimum post size, etc., so this is going to probably be about it for this post. If I get all my chores done today, I will come back with either the 2nd installment of a discussion of the movie Jesus Christ Superstar, or announce the endorsement of a candidate for POTUS.

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7 responses to “Just a Blogging Along, Singing a Song

  1. This post made me laugh. Look forward to seeing what else you come up with this month!

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  2. Thank goodness for no requirements on post length, etc. (I found that freeing, anyway.) Looking forward to reading more of what you have to say!

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  3. And thank the Lord this *isn’t* a “Blogathong”! LOL.

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  5. Did you mean “pure pressure”? lol! Good first post. I’m looking forward to reading more about your world.

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  6. WOW – nothing ramps up site visits and comments like the first post of a blogathon! Thanks everyone for stopping by! I have a very good feeling about this…

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