Yee-Haw! I have finally figured out that Friday through Monday are VERY busy days. In fact, Tuesday through Thursday aren’t terribly slack, if you ask me. How do so many of you do it? How do you have specific days for what you write? I’ve tried. I’ve really, really tried to break it down so I could have Saturdays for games. Evidently, though, its not gonna’ work out, that way.
I still wanna’ post word games for you, though. In the first place, you seem to enjoy them. In the second place, I love making them. And in the third place, well. hmmmm. Well, I just don’t know what the third place is. A little help?
So, here’s what I was thinking: Instead of posting a game on the same day each week, I will post a game as often as seems reasonable (hopefully, at least once a week) and you can come here and play. Also, instead of waiting to post the answers on another day, how’s about I have a place where the answers Live? That way, when you feel you have your puzzle solved, you can check and make sure. Sound like a plan?
Any thoughts on this would be greatly appreciated. I’ll let you in on a little secret, too. I Loooooove blogging. In fact, I think my mama was right. She said that I loved to talk so much that, one day, if I wasn’t careful, I would run out of words. Hah! I think I may have found a way around that little problem. As long as I can write and share on my blogs, I can talk and talk and talk and NEVER run out of words on accounta’ I’m not really speaking! Am I clever, or what?
I’ll put a link on each of my other blogs so everyone will know what’s happening. In this way, when I am in a Game-Making mood, I can Have a Ball. And when I feel like sharing stories, well, I can do that, too. Whaddya’ think? Is this something that you might enjoy? Lemme’ know your thoughts and we’ll work from there, k? Thank you all for your support and kind words. So many of you have given me great advice and continue to help me out in so many ways. I truly appreciate it, more than I can say. So, don’t be shy. Keep sharing your views with me. And ’til the next time, keep a hug on.