Sunday, November 2, 2008

200 Posts

This is day two of Nablopomo and this is my 200th post. Coincidence? Perhaps... It certainly is convenient because I haven't been able to think of anything to write about today. I was actually trolling through my archives looking for something to repost when I noticed the number and decided I needed to write about that. Yep, I'm grasping at straws... I don't know how I'm going to actually get through this month without resorting to posting grocery lists but I promise I will try to keep it at least moderately interesting.

A few bloggers that I admire have started the month with a request for questions from their readers. This is a great idea, especially if you have a large fan base, and possibly the surest way to come up with ideas for a month of posts. I don't have a huge number of people reading my blog but I truly appreciate every single one of you who keep coming back here even when I have very little to say. So to you, my friends and family, who keep me writing, I offer an open invitation to direct my blog for a day. Ask me anything. This is probably your best chance to ever get an answer because I'm a little desperate here...

6 comments:

JCK said...

Congrats on the 200th post!

Grocery lists work! 30 posts in 30 days is the only requirement.

What's the wackiest job you've had? What do you enjoy about writing?

Leeann said...

Okay, my question:

Tell me what you imagine for each of your children when they are 30. Work, stay at home parent? Children? How many?

And now fast forward you and Bob by 15 years. What are you doing??

Leeann

Mrs. G. said...

Describe your dream house.

Who was the best teacher you ever had and why?

What were the ten most significant days in your life thus far.

Cheri @ Blog This Mom! said...

Yay!!!

200!!!

Check out Deb at San Diego Momma for her PROMPTuesdays.

Laura/CenterDownHome said...

I'll ask you what I asked The OtherLaura: What, when you think about it, gives you a feeling of hope and joy and anticipation? Is is writing? Planning for the holidays? (Me, neither.)

For me, it's the move, looking for a house, planning a portrait. I'm not talking about the actual doing or getting -- more the anticipation part. :) Sometimes, that feeling carries you through the day, you know?

dkuroiwa said...

Congratulations on the 200th post (which by the time I have gotten around to commenting is now more, but....) Yeah!

If you could meet and talk with anyone (alive or deceased), who would you want to spend some time with?

What are 5 things you miss about being a child that you wish you could do now?

What would you do if you had a million tax-free dollars*? (go ahead...sing the song!)
*With the left-over, of course, after you and your family came to Japan!!