Friday, August 18, 2006

Full Frontal

On a previous post, Pia Savage, of Courting Destiny, asked me if I have any frontal shots of me. I have previously exposed the top of my face and bald head and also a side shot. I responded with, do you really want to see a full frontal of me...and jeopardize my already tiny base of readers, Pia?

In the realm of Bloggers, you get to meet some very interesting people. They come from all walks of life and have some rather unique opinions. You develop a circle of friends. Oh, as you read many blogs, some - perhaps a dozen or so, become a part of your life. We may go beyond just leaving occasional comments back and forth, to a higher, more personal level by exchanging thoughts through e-mails. Although I've yet to meet another blogger, there are a few I would enjoy sitting down next to in the flesh. Of course, Pia, and David W. Boles, of Urban Semiotic fame. His posts can be quite ecclectic. They stimulate the mind and offer readers some very good and topical points to ponder. Miss New Orleans sounds like a hoot. I'd love to meet her one day. Supine Fever is about a young woman going through the trials and tribulations of being in her twenties. Wayne Pedrick. Our Life Together is about a woman who recently lost her husband. She search engined his name and found a post I had written about him. I knew him many years ago. She left me a comment and we communicated through e-mails. I urge you to read some of her posts and leave a remark if you feel compelled to.

There are plenty of great sites out there, too many to mention here. Explore a little, or I might put up another picture. Maybe, I'll wait 'til Halloween...


  1. It's one of the fine pleasures of blogging. You meet a grand number of people you never would have any other way.

    I have met a few fellow bloggers now and it has always been a pleasure...

  2. Your Brother Tim8/18/2006 04:45:00 PM

    You're looking good brother. One of these days I'm going to come down to visit. I promise!

  3. It's amazing how Photoshop can improve one's looks.

  4. You called me young, and for that I love you.

    (Nice full frontal.)

  5. Yes, Sue, you're so right. It's funny, too, that people I know who read my blog think I'm a genuine writer.

  6. Better yet, Tim, maybe I should come up.

  7. Well, Supine, you are a young and talented writer. Anyone who reads you will understand that, for sure.

  8. Hi Dave,

    Hope this finds you well. I did a search and thank you for telling others of my blogging. Since I found your story on Wayne, writing about him has helped me a lot. Thank you. It's nice to see what you look like. I only knew you from the top of your head:)