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What to write?!


 I don't often have a post in mind to write and then I read other bloggers' posts and I'm inspired by my comment and train of thought, to elaborate on the theme, I just love that! It's like magic!

For instance a couple of days ago,  David - authorblog McMahon wrote about things old and worn out (?!)  and asked if there was beauty in decay! HERE

So I have a couple of posts in draft waiting for suitable images.

I wonder if anyone else finds inspiration in the same or similar way?


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  1. Yes! You inspired me to come clean about Bah Humbug!!! And I am inspired by others, trouble is I get carried away in the other bloggers comments box and write my inspired post there instead ;)

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  2. Thats what its all about here in the blog world, veryone feeds off everyone else.

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  3. David got my brain working with that question too. Old and decayed happens to be the backbone of all that I love, except my kids. They're pretty young and not one cavity!

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  4. HA! Love the cartoon! One never knows from whence inspiration will come, even for blog posts!

    Peace - D

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  5. Love the cartoon...I have one he did that has Beavers at the MN State Fair at the "Stick on a Stick" booth...has been on my fridge now for about 5 years...lol...

    Love the blog!

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  6. Love the cartoon. Where DO you find 'em?

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  7. Good one Sazzie. I too get inspiration from other blogs, but if I don't make a note AT THE TIME I forget where I found it and cannot quote the source and then a bit later I have forgotten it entirely, yet I can remember the smell of summer rain on hot pavements from sixty years ago. Go figure, as our American friends would say.

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  8. Sometimes find other blogs are so incredibly good that I wish I could think of something just as good to write about. Then I look around me and remember that I do have something just as good. We all do. Blogging is so addictive isn't it!!

    CJ xx

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  9. Life with a four year old seems to do it for me! Keep losing my theme of 'having it all' though, must get back to my raison d'etre one day......

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  10. Just found your blog ... and just about wondering about coming out of denial about almost being fifty !
    I will be back ....

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