Show Me Your Best {Link}

Laurie at Meditations in motion wants you to share with her your best posts.


Meditations in Motion

Meditations in Motion

I began blogging on January 1st of this year. It wasn’t a New Year’s resolution. It wasn’t something that I had debated about for a long time. I didn’t even have a topic idea for my first post. It was an impulsive decision on my part, based on the fact that my son, who has his Ph.D. in Computer Science and experience setting up a WordPress website was visiting. I had an in-house expert to help me with my questions, and I had a lot of questions. (Thank you, Robin!)

I knew I wanted my blog to be running-centered, but I also knew that I didn’t have enough expertise to post workouts and running tips. I wanted to write about the things I think about during my long solitary runs. My interior monologue. If my thoughts are amusing enough to keep me entertained for two, three, four hours…

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4 thoughts on “Show Me Your Best {Link}”

  1. Blogging is indeed a social thing. I’ve never been on Facebook, but I believe we get much better interaction and get to know the real person when we blog. I’m happy to know you and to read that it’s been so rewarding for you. 🙂

    You asked us to give you the link to our best post ever, which made me check my stats to see which was the most liked. The honour goes to a 100-word flash fiction story I wrote for a Friday Fictioneers prompt:

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    1. Hi Christine, I agree. Facebook isn’t as great as WP for meeting great like minded people. I reblogged a post from Laurie at Meditations in Motion, check out her blog, she’s great. Thanks for commenting. 🙂


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