blogging geek

a question 

A friend asked me for my blogging goals in 2017.

Another friend asked me, if I could wave a magic wand and see any type of post from him, any prompt answer, topic or style — what would it be?

I had ready answers for him, but I twisted the question around and asked it off myself, to myself.

I’m still not sure.

Now I’m turning this question to you:

If you could wave a magic wand and see any type of post from me, any prompt answer, topic or style — what would it be?


  1. You are so universal and always surprising with your writing, posting, styling and challenging that I can not think of a thing.
    However, if I had a magic wand I would wave it and all those miles between us would disappear and I would get to spend some one on one time with you drinking tea, sharing poetry and laughing. There would be lots of hugs. Then you would take me to meet all of your friends and family; especially mamasuar. Once all that fun was done I would wave it again and we would travel and meet all of your favorite bloggers. Lastly, you would come and meet my friends and family and we would go for a sail on my girl, The Dee of St. Mary’s (a beautiful skipjack) with the best crew in the world. Oh yes, and introduce you to my two favorite otters in the world at The Calvert Marine Museum.

    Love, hugs and angels,


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    1. Thank you, Victo. One thing I selfishly love about blogging is how it’s shown that my voice sticks around no matter the prompt or topic. 🙂 I suppose that’s why I’m always open to challenges and suggestions. 🙂 I appreciate your readership very much. ❤

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  2. I feel like my suggestions (although none sprung to mind) would just restrict you. I think the best blogs posts are the ones that are a reflection of the author. I’m a bit of a “you just be you and I’ll just be me” kind of gal when it comes to blogging.

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  3. I would like to read a post about your thoughts for your future.
    The past (especially your past!) is interesting and chock full of material – but the future… that’s a blank canvas. There’s a challenge – Imagine: what will you be blogging about one year from today?

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  4. That’s a hard question. I was going to say I like your stories best, but I feel like your writing is always story telling… So the most story telling of the stories? (I think I just confused myself, make a note, drink more caffeine before internetting) .

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  5. I’d like to see joy from you. Hope for the future. An affirmation that you, yourself will be happy and joyful and content and that you might, perhaps, again find someone to love you as much as you love everyone else.

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      1. I’ve lost a husband recently, too. The grief takes you by surprise at inopportune moments. When you stop waking up in tears you’re on your way to healing.

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  6. One thing I admire about you is your capability to take something odd, and do something fun with it. Like an out of date cat calendar that Mamasaur got you. Or when you got scared and asked us for words and you made poems and images out of them. This is a skill, which you most likely have natural ability with, but I think you’ve worked at it. Write about the process of taking odd things and making them beautiful. Maybe steps you took to develop it. 😀

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  7. I honestly went hmmmm after this. Questioning what would l like to see. But as another poster put it so well – just YOU. More of you and what pops up in your heart to share. There is a quote in Sack Nasty I just love. I can’t repeat it word for word right now. It dealt with gratitude and about “going the long way” and when I read it, it made me shake me head and think Wow. It was an incredible description of being grateful when, in the moment, it was very hard to feel gratitude. That’s when I think to myself, Dammit Jen get it together. 😉

    So selfishly I’ll say you – more of you. ❤

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  8. You wave that wand all the time. You are unpredictable, such is the beauty of your blog. Chaotic and free, half the fun is the suspense. You’ve taken me on many fantastic voyages, the kind of which I wouldn’t have known existed, were it not for the beautifully random flow of your unpredictable pen… Or keyboard as it were.

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