Thursday, May 26, 2011

I just read an inspirational blog post from a friend. As a result of his post I get inspired to start writing a personal message here from time to time, the way I used this blog when I first started posting years and years ago.

But I'm just too tired to say much tonight. Spent the evening with my grandchildren while my wonderful daughter Regan and my extraordinary son-in-law Tim celebrated their 15th wedding aniversary.

Small Business Chamber business, who's speaking at the Denver IDEA Cafe, etc. is at, there is no need to clutter up this page, except to let you know when something new has been posted there.

It's hard to know how to best communicate. I post a lot on Facebook, maybe too much. But some friends never see Facebook. I have friends who won't read anything online except personal messages in an email.

How do you do it? Blog? Facebook? Twitter? Emails? None of the above. Guess you must be online some, or you wouldn't be reading this.

Ralph Waldo Emerson encouraged his friend Henry to keep a journal. Would they both be bloggers today? How about Ben Franklin? What would he be doing with modern technology?

More tomorrow. Thanks for reading this. Any comments would be much appreciated. If this became a real conversation I'd be encouraged to continue.

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