|L. S. Eldridge|
L. S. Eldridge
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Notes from the Deckle Edge
If you're wondering, I did finish listening to the webinar about making better blog posts. I waited till I had finished painting for the day and ate a late dinner, about 10 p.m. But I found that it made no difference what time I watched the video. The very act of watching two people talk to each other, one face at a time, is too wearing on my nerves. But I found a solution. I turned my back to the screen and pretended it was a radio broadcast. Sweet bliss, it were as though I was eavesdropping on a interesting conversation. So if you run into this problem as well, give my solution a try. What did I learn? In a nutshell: name your post, make them a little longer (apparently there is a magic number for words...which I never meet), show your personality, write about your work, write about yourself, add photos, don't worry too much about mistakes. Since I use my "blog" as more of a journal, I'm not sure if much of this will work for me. I must get back to work as I intend to finish this piece today - no fail. For your enjoyment I have posted a photo of my late grandmother's peach iris which has bloomed in my garden. Back to my brushes.
"Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever." - Mahatma Gandhi
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