Wednesday, September 24, 2008

wag the tag

What Lo Knows Wednesday...

wordless wednesday
(cannot take credit for kitty photo;
however she did ask I voice her concern)

This blog has been bloggity blog tagged.
Thank you for thinking about the wlk.
The rules:
1. Write about 5 specific ways blogging has affected you either positively or negatively: (see below)
2. link back to the person who tagged you: tammy
3. link back to the parent post: tag post
4.tag a few friends or five, or none at all:
maggie and zoey,
diam. E eyes
5. post these rules— or just have fun breaking them: (check-check)

Here we go:
#1. i have learned to hold my gottagoPEEgottago for lengths of time no human should ever hold their ggpeegg for,
#2. i have perfected the art of creating fresh daily blog entries complete with authors sweat and lack of shower stank, have worn out the mousepad (or perhaps that was my brainpad) during spells of madness clicking forward, backward, edit, preview and refresh to perfect my creation not forgoing the realized skill of replying to 15,498 bloggers within a half-hours time,
#3. our bill for drinking bottled water had doubled since becoming a blogger due to the need to stay overly-hydrated,
#4. my creative mind parts get more use as i find it is continually searching for blog titles, blog stories and possible daily events which to mirror into... my blog,

#5. on a deeper level; i can honestly say i did not even know what the word b.l.o.g meant this time last year. I wasn't even curious about what it meant. One day I decided to look into it just so I would know and halt the nagging question of 'why' out of my head. What I found was that I could: a. design my OWN page, b. write about whatever I pleased, c. make it a daily creative outsource, d. keep diary of my thoughts and e. did I already mention design my own page. That drew me in. Then I started reading other blogs. I found , just like everything, it is a matter of personal likes and dislikes. I found a handful that had similar thoughts and or creativity. After awhile bloggers respond to the unwritten rule of ' You comment, I follow'. WLK then came across a group of people who share something dear to my heart, cats. The CB is a wonderful place to share photos and stories of our beloved furrbabies. Cats are very special to me for so many reasons perhaps only I understand; being able to talk about them and others is something I find very rejuvenating. Blogging on a whole has given me an outlet for my left-handed, thus right-sided mind. The ability to create my own stuff is fun and fulfulling. Not being a people person at all, I have found this form of communication works for it allows one to share without judgment, talk about things that actually matter in life and keep an energy throughout that is friendly and supportive; that is if you keep to your blogs of common interests, just like the 'real world'.

Buyer do beware of blog burnout; the inability to think anything blog related because your brain has officially fried its blog synapse and there are actually little tiny neuron pieces sprouting legs and fanning out the smoke which is causing writers fog to occur. So yes, there will be days when no entries are found.

So that's that, and for those I have listed above, Tag you're it.


ZOOLATRY said...

Oh oh: we need to sharpen our paws to work on this wag-tag... our human mostly speaks in pictures, not words...
mmm, what shall we do...

Forever Foster said...

What a sensational photo! Such a beautiful little kitty, with gorgeous eyes. We're a little speechless. It's too darn cute:)

twondra said...

Thanks for doing this! love your sense of humor. :)

goldenshade said...

Great post!!!!

We loved it!! Furry funny.

purrs Goldie and Shade

Diamond Emerald-Eyes said...

I always find it interesting when I run into someone who is blogging and then (horror of horrors) discovers someone is actually reading their blog. Well, what was the purpose of writing it if you didn't want someone to read it?

Shadow / Molly said...

We has come to love bloggin too! Sometimes we hear are yoo on those BLOGS again? hehe

Daisy said...

Yep, I think blogging makes your brain smarter!

Mickey said...

I'm with Daisy!! I never liked writing so this is a way to push and explore the creative side :)
As long as it's fun and I have no pressure,I enjoy the challenges!
Purrs Mickey(& Mom)

Samantha and Mr. Tigger said...

Great post! Blogging is fun enjoyable and slightly addicting!! But it is so nice to be able to be creative and have people like it at the same time!
Your FL furiends,

Sweet Praline said...

Great post! The Cat Blogosphere is a wonderful place where my mom says she gets to be creative after reading and writing technically all of the time. Blogging can be a major problem if you tend to be a little "anal", which my mom is!

forgetfulone said...

Thanks for the tag! I will try to work on it tonight.

The Island Cats said...

Yep...blogging can be fun...'specially because we have made so many furriends through blogging!

Wally, Ernie & Zoey

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

Yup, blogging is addicting...that tag

Anonymous said...

What detailed and interesting answers. I agree with the view that one should BWO (blog without obligaton) in other words only blog when you feel like it and have something to say - never feel that you've got to! From Milo's Mom.

I love that Mom helps me blog. from Milo xx

forgetfulone said...

I just posted my tag. Thanks for thinking of me!

Criz Lai said...

Wife? Hmm... I'm sure she will scream whenever she's home. Taking care of 9 babies at a time wasn't as easy as she thought.. LOL! Now you know why the Daddy has to take care of the job now? It's a tough job for her delicate hands.. hehe :P

Fin said...

What a lovely post.

Dianna said...

We've finally finished the Me-me for you and you can find our response HERE. Thanks for thinking of us.