Blogging. It takes time. I maintained a blog during the early 2000’s, over a decade ago. I wish I had saved it and the content I produced, but in a fit a frustration and ambivalence I nuked it. I was blogging daily when blogging was big and folks were making money off of customer sites for people and I was part of a small community of folks, some of which I am still friends on Facebook. I knew what a meme was before those became a thing. I didn’t discover blogging, I had a good work friend introduce me to it and after seeing her blog, I wanted one. It pacified the writer, creator side of me.
Facebook, Twitter and the YouTube vlog pretty much killed off the large blog for fun community I was part of. We got rid of our dedicated domain names, dropped our monthly hosting service and started using Facebook. These days, and this is not a knock on anyone, but most bloggers are writers (I’m a wannabe) or have a special interest blog. You could say that for vloggers too. I do enjoy reading those who mix in daily life, even if boring, with their special interest posts. And I watch a lot of YouTube vids in the areas of my interest.
Anyway, I know there are a few people that read this blog and I thank you for your attention. I’ll try to be more attentive to this. Things should get interesting once we take delivery of our 2021B Winnebago Micro Minnie in the coming week or two. I should have some “Adventures” with that. For now my adventures center around driving to work, staying virus free while at work and driving home. Rinse, Repeat.
WOW, WOW, WOW!!! A 2021B Winnebago Micro Minnie? I gotta look that up because I have been wanting a high top Nissan van to customize, but hubby has been wanting a Class C! So, we haven’t bought either! LOL
And still sitting stationary (who isn’t?) in our nearly 11 year old 5th wheel.
2021B Winnebago Micro Minnie 2108TB to be exact. the twin bed model that converts to a king bed with a dinette that also can convert for grandkids.
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Thank you! I looked it up and see it is a micro camper (instead of a Class B van, which was somehow my first impression of what it was). It looks like it has a smart design and lots of excellent features packed into a small package. 😉