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Today is a busy blogging day.

First I met a blogging client for a one-hour blog coaching session. Then I blogged. And blogged. Then blogged some more. The neat thing about blogging in the 21st century is that you don’t have to write complete sentences. Well for some it’s a neat thing, maybe not for English majors. But for 21st century busy schedules and the texting era, short, incomplete sentences fit right in.

What kind of blogger are you? Anyone who wants to blog can blog. The more positive the blog, the more informative the blog, the more blog readers will want to read your blog. I’d like to introduce to you one of our bloggers at High Desert Blogging – just in case you haven’t met him yet.

Meet HDG. He’s the blogger of honor today. Today is his birthday. Not only that. He’s my other half, the guy I fell in love with way back when and married 33 years ago. In one of my other blogs I refer to him as Mr. Fun. I love to read his blog posts. For instance, he wrote one about a sifter he upcycled that makes you want to take the sifter off of the page and hang it on your wall.

Upcycled by HDG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Isn’t that the coolest sifter art you ever saw? I think so, too. But it belongs to HDG and me. I happen to love it because it matches my rustic cottage kitchen. However, if you would love to purchase one to match your kitchen, we do take orders. Email HDG or Angie at hdblogging@gmail.com for sifter art colors to choose from.

Thank you for reading High Desert Blogging News!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, HDG!

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1 Comment

  1. August 22, 2012    

    Happy Birthday, HDG. I upcyle old flour sifters as rustic flower arrangements. While keeping my eyes open for the more rare ones, I’ve found one-cup sifters with lids, and highly decorated ones from the 1920s with Pennsylvania Dutch -style flowers and embellishments. Just found a tea kettle from the 1940s with Art Deco embossing on the sides. But that’s another story. Cool stuff, Greg.

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