I don’t do this sort of thing very often, but Sandra Heska King took the 7 Link Challenge posted by Darren Rowse of ProBlogger, and I thought it would be some good blog fodder a great opportunity to reflect upon what I hope to accomplish through this blog as I move forward. Okay, yeah…mostly just the blog fodder part…
Link #1: My first post. Just Me Here. Posted on April 30, 2008, and quite dreadful, actually.
Link #2: The post I enjoyed writing the most. Hmmm…That’s a tough one. I love the posts where I find myself laughing out loud at my own cleverness. (Pathetic, but true–I crack myself up.) But I think the post I’ve enjoyed writing the most was The Skating Party, because it was the first time I’ve ever felt compelled to write. You know, like an actual writer. It was also the first time I’d written something serious that I thought was actually worth reading.
Link #3: A post which had great discussion. I’m going to have to go with two here, because the discussion that began in I do not heart grocery shopping was continued in Say it ain’t so, Kro! Say it ain’t so! The discussions from these two posts have got to be the most ridiculous, and therefore, my favorites. This post was also groundbreaking as it introduced the Pornographic Cheese Buttler to the blogosphere.
Link #4: A post on someone else’s blog I wish I had written. Obviously, any post from Billy Coffey’s blog What I Learned Today I wish I had written, or at least have the talent to have written as well. But my all-time favorite still has to be How to Take a Punch. Which, come to think of it, was posted on my blog as a guest post, but still.
Link #5: My most helpful post. Apparently, Why I hate writing (which I was going to call “Why I hate writers”) was most helpful, because writers are gluttons for punishment, and I managed to stir up any repressed feelings of insecurity among a rather large audience. I know…you’re welcome.
Link #6: A post with a title I’m proud of. Pocket Jesus, the nasty pimp hat and Revenge of the granny panties. Really speaks for itself, no?
Link #7: A post I wish more people would have read. Duh…all of them.
Okay. There’s my list. What about you? What’s your favorite post I’ve written that you wish you had written? Snort!« « Previous Post: A Simple Country Girl (by Darlene) | Next Post: You can’t always get what you want » »