Remember Postcards?

The blog hosts at WordPress asked if I could be less wordy.  They reminded me that brevity pulls a reader in.   I get it: Say more by saying less.   They encourage me to blog (of course!).  Still, maybe I should consider whether posting EVERY day — whether or not I have anything else to do (I don’t) — might be too much — for my followers.  Or maybe my daily posts could be shorter?  (That’s throwing me off, because I’ve got this essay on coniferous junipers in the rainforest ready to post. )  Anyway, they’re right.  Why toss my litter into the blogosphere?   So today I’m writing home.  I found some postcards.  I figure my sister Rose, my mother, and best friend Brill back East each deserve a cheery handwritten note from me.  Eco-friendly.

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