And on the Eighth Day, God said …

Silly post, but one of my absolute favorites. We bloggers are special, aren’t we?

Cordelia's Mom, Still

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LET THERE BE BLOGGERS!

And Men and Women – old, young, tall, short, fat, thin – of all races and creeds came from many varied  and far-reaching lands and formed a World Within a World.

And God called them Bloggers and was pleased.

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But sometimes the Bloggers were confused.

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And sometimes they were sad.

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And sometimes they made God frown.

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But God’s forgiveness is always sweet.

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And so, my children, please come forthwith to our World Within a World, which we call the Blogosphere, and henceforth may ye create.

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The above post is in response to Marilyn Armstrong’s A Serendipitous Photo Story Prompt.”  Join the fun – post a photo and write a story, then link back to Marilyn Armstrong’s post.  The more, the merrier!

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2 Responses to And on the Eighth Day, God said …

  1. Those of us who really stick with it I think are special. Most people try it, write five posts over two months, decide it’s too much like work, and that’s the end of their blogging thing. We who stick sometimes manage to actually make the world a more fun — or better — place. it is, as my husband says “A bully pulpit.” Good for you!

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    • Thanks, Marilyn. I know you have more important things to worry about today than whether or not I’m still here blogging. I may be on sabbatical, but I will return. Good luck with Bonnie.

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