|Thank You Francis Robinson! And Other Items of Interest|
Francis Robinson is a friend and classmate from our Shelbyville High School days. He contributes to this website with his "Random bits of wisdom and foolishness" through a Readers' Blog, titled Keehotee Press II.
Most regular readers are familiar with his articles. Personally, I look forward to reading Francis' posts because he continually surprises me with his wide range of interests and knowledge. His blog topics have covered political observations, gardening, farming, woodworking, computers, horses (and other critters), plus, a number of unique philosophical and sociological musings.
Robinson has been a prolific blogger during the past year, therefore, you'll find dozens of his highly readable, informative, entertaining articles archived in the Keehotee Press II Readers' Blog subsection. Want a sample? Read Have you slapped a friend across the face today?
Discussing Francis Robinson's blog also gives me an opportunity to invite other readers to participate with a blog on this site. Do you like to write? Do you have stories to share? Do you desire a forum for your non-libelous opinions? Are you a good self-editor? Do you regularly use a spell checker? If so, I encourage you to read a few of Francis Robinson's articles for inspiration. Also, scan Jim Hall's pre-sabbatical contributions for more insight. Then read my sample blogs In The Dark and In The Water to learn more about blogging on this site. If you have questions, if you want to discuss topic ideas, or if you need more information about registering for a blog, feel free to phone or send me an e-mail.
Finally, I want to remind everyone to develop a habit of checking the Readers' Blog Section regularly to make certain you don't miss any contributor articles. In addition, you should periodically visit the other sections of the website to see if anything has been added because I don't automatically post all new content on the Home Page. For example, I occasionally publish new drawings in the Sketches & Doodles Section or add previously published cartoons to the 'Toon Tomb Section. Think of it as searching for Easter eggs, because you never know where you might find something hard-boiled hiding in the bushes.
So, keep reading, think about writing, and most important, stay tuned!
Posted: Friday, June 26, 2009
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My short term memory is now so bad they let me hide my own Easter eggs...
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