Tag Archives: Feedback

1-Year Blogiversary

22 Aug

As my Facebook page so kindly keeps reminding me, it’s Sue’s birthday today. Trust me: I know.

Not coincidentally, I started this blog one year ago in her honor.

Lately, I’ve been putting a lot of thought into what I want to do with it going forward—and what you want from it. I wrote lists. I even drew a grid. Despite my marketing expertise, I’m kind of embarrassed to admit this, but … it didn’t help.

As you’ve probably discerned by now, I’m all over the place. I’m not a one-dimensional entity. Neither was Sue. Neither are you. Marketing has led me to believe that’s a problem, but I’m having a problem seeing it as a problem. Is that a problem?

All of us nurture, create, befriend, explore, play, achieve, inspire, remember, share, defy, and follow our bliss, in no particular order. This blog honors all those pursuits (and more) that I shared with Sue … and presumably share with you. It’s a devotion born of grief, awakened by the question that has haunted me in the wake of that grief:

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Preschool?

12 Mar

What’s the deal with preschool? I’m not setting up a joke. I really want to know.

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I’m Listening

17 Feb

Since I do live in Seattle, that gives me the right to co-opt Frasier’s “I’m listening” catch phrase, right?

For those of you who’ve been following this blog for awhile (thanks!) as well as you newbies (welcome!), I’d love to hear from you.

This has been my basic format so far:

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