It always seems to happen to me. I find a new blog. I’m excited. Then I see that they have somewhere in the vicinity of a thousand posts. I read five or six of them going back. I feel overwhelmed. I give up on the archives and start to read from this point forward with the new posts and will maybe go back and read the archives when I have time. Yeah, like never…
In thinking about this dilemma I always seem to encounter, I wonder if others feel this same thing.
Of course you do…
As a remedy, today I read through my previous 722 posts and picked out what I felt was the best of what I’ve written over the past three years. Then, I created a link below the topbar photo which provides additional links narrowed into categories. The link is titled, ‘The Best of Archive.’
In reality, this is just like a Greatest Hits CD, but without the music.
I present to you the following categories:
Humor – Stuff that I thought was funny (or made me smile) when it happened.
Thoughtful – Things that made me think. Deeper stuff.
Favorites – A collection of those posts I just really enjoy.
Moments with Joey – A link to the boy who makes us all smile.
Summit Valley Memoirs - Stories of growing up in the Pacific Northwest.
Taking Better Photos – A link to all of the lessons in one easy click.
And since I posted this new page with all of the links, I’ve decided that I will be taking a week off from the blogging scene. This’ll give you a chance to catch up.
So, until a week or so, happy reading. But don’t feel obligated to do so. After all, why read over the best stuff you’ve already missed out on at least once?
Yeah, that’s what I thought, too.