One thing that I have noticed in my first year of blogging on WordPress…
Some bloggers come and go. Others stay around and make an impact on the way you look at things.
This post is all about someone who I have never met.
(Possibly some day).
Terri, from Terri’s Little Corner is the main feature of my blog, today. Yes, that’s right – she’s the
lipstick lesbian, pin-up girl WordPress wonderess, right now… In a literary way… Big her up – Big her up!
Terri - giving the look to all you lucky readers.
I wanted to
shout from the rooftops blog about Terri for a few reasons – and here they are:
- Terri was my first blog friend
She paid me to write nice things about her Just kiddin’
- She is simply terrific
- She is possibly one of the nicest American’s that I have ever known (I mean it in the nicest of ways)
- Tantalising Terri has supported me more than anyone (online and offline included) – thanks Terri. You have ‘officially’ commented on and responded to more posts that anyone else.
- Her blog ‘Terri’s Little Corner’ is a corner of delight, sarcasm, hilarity and unexpected entertainment – It’s on my blogroll, so take a look and bookmark it.
Terri and I are quite similar in many ways… I’m scratching my head and thinking of how…
- Both gorgeous – clearly you didn’t that pointing out…
- We both love WordPress – what’s not to love.
- I think I can safely say that we both spend too much time on WordPress
- We both have a love of writing – and that’s what I really enjoy. Terri recently started writing fiction for NaNoWriMo. Sounds like a mouthful, I know – but it’s short for National Novel Writing Month.
On Terri’s blog, you can read about her novel-writing. It started with her saying this at the beginning of November –
“Basically, I have 30 days to write a 50,000 word novel. I pulled my calculator out and did some complex math computations. Let’s see, 50,000 words divided by 30 days. OMG, that is 1666 words per day, IF I write every single day”.
So, I wonder how she’ll get on. It got me thinking.
I used to LOVE writing stories. When I was 9, 10, 11 years old I was always scribbling away – writing stories, poems and anything else that I could think of. I wrote a couple of novels – I use that term very loosely.
I called my first book ‘The Bag Basher’ – I cringe just thinking about it. I found it the other day in one of my many ‘hoarding boxes’… I have decided to share it with you all on my blog.
Watch out! The Bag Basher is coming to ‘One Life’ soon (you’ll love it)…
In the meantime, get yourselves into Terri’s Little Corner!
Over and out.