I’ve been remiss in adding new blogs to the Elderbloggers list, but it’s been a tad busy around here and I’m playing a lot of catch up. (Isn’t this time of life called retirement and shouldn’t I have more free time than I do?)
Until then, however, you can help other readers learn about more of the Elderblogs. We’ve done this twice in the past – here and here – when I asked and you graciously responded by telling us about the blogs you selected to write about. Those that have been reported by you are already marked with a tilde (~) which links to the report. But there are still many unreviewed blogs, so let’s go for it again.
Here’s how it works:
- Choose a blog from the list without a tilde, one you have never visited or have not visited in a long time
- Take a look around the blog, read some new and some old posts, check out the features, get a feel for it
- Then come back here and in the comments section, tell us about the blog you chose
- Keep your review to about 250 words or fewer so the rest of us can be sure to have time to read them all
To give it some form and ease of reading, we’ll create a format. Start your review with a header that is the name of the blog in bold and is also a link to it. Here is the html to do that:
<strong><a href="URL goes here">Blog name here</a></strong>
Just copy and paste the html into the top of the comment form and fill in the two blanks. Be sure to not lose any of the carets, slashes, semi-colons and quotation marks – they are necessary – and don’t let any extra spaces slip in. Then hit the “enter” key twice for some separation from header and start your review.
As the reviews are posted, I will add the tilde links to each blog as soon as possible.
[At The Elder Storytelling Place today, Lia tells how she got A Second Chance to save a life.]