Tag: Blogging

Clicks, Cadence, and the Metrics that Really Matter (via the “Goat Cheese Thing”)

Clicks, Cadence, and the Metrics that Really Matter (via the “Goat Cheese Thing”)

The only metric that means anything to me is to have touched another person or two in some way.

No Flies on Me! Or are There?  AKA Moving Too Fast

No Flies on Me! Or are There? AKA Moving Too Fast

A Glover Gardens story with a moral. Bye-Bye, Paper Plates – We Love Trees More than You We’ve given up the daily use of paper plates for meals at Glover Gardens, in deference to trees. It’s a little thing, but seems right. For a blogger, […]

Haiku – Oops! Love me as I am.

Haiku – Oops! Love me as I am.

A blogging mistake makes for a self-acceptance haiku.

Sunshine Blogger Nominations and Q&A

Sunshine Blogger Nominations and Q&A

The Glover Gardens response to the nomination from the A. JoAnn Blog for a Sunshine Blogger Award. I like that name: sunshine on my shoulders makes me happy.

Looking Back | Wise Words from the STORYTELLER Blog

Looking Back | Wise Words from the STORYTELLER Blog

A reblogged story about a modern-day two-bit grifter who stole online images, and impassioned defense of art belonging to its creator.

What’s In a Name? Seeking Your Input

What’s In a Name? Seeking Your Input

Quick Poll: Does the Glover Gardens Cookbook need a new name? All ye who have encouraged me, post-likers and blog followers and casual lurkers and friends, I’d love to get your input.

Emile Zola’s “Living Out Loud” and My Blog’s Second Anniversary

Emile Zola’s “Living Out Loud” and My Blog’s Second Anniversary

My looking-at-the-world lens is sharper: realizing the gift of being in the moment through the act of sharing in the blog.

My Blog’s 1-Year Anniversary: What I’ve Learned

My Blog’s 1-Year Anniversary: What I’ve Learned

I’ve learned in my first year of blogging that people blog to share what they know, express what they feel, and connect with others. They are simply a channel for all types of writing and communications and run the gamut of human expression.


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