We seem to be finding our groove. Blogically speaking, that is.
“Manday” has been a big hit. Each Monday the blog will focus on manly or manhood issues. Rene Rivera will lead the charge on that front. But there may be other voices from time to time if Rene gets too busy keeping us safe from crime here in Houston!
“New Author Tuesday” became “New Author Wednesday” recently. And it was launched with a lot of traffic as Jamie Read’s article was visited almost 50 times in the first 24 hours. That is impressive. I guess these young bloggers have a good handle on social media and she was able to drive considerable interest in the blog. “Thanks!” Jamie. And who knows. We may need to create a “Women’s Wednesday” and move the introduction of new authors to another day.
And today I am launching “Fatherhood Friday”. There are few things that I am as passionate about as I am about being a father. It has been the greatest joy of my life. And being a father has been the result of the greatest thing that I ever have done, and that is to marry the mother of my children. But that can be the subject of future writings.
I don’t think that I will ever run out of material for Fatherhood Friday. But to be sure, I am asking you to submit ideas for topics to write about on Fatherhood Friday. Please take a minute or two and leave a brief thought, idea or little fatherhood nugget in the comment area below. I will add them to my growing list of material and begin to develop them as time goes by. I already have next Friday’s topic selected. It will be about the things we say and the things our children hear. Some of you are already singing that little song in your head, “Oh, be careful little ears what you hear”. And some of you have no idea about that song. But you will know it by next week at this time.
I hope you will make time to visit the blog next Friday for that article. And check in day to day and see what our other authors are saying. Please add your voice to theirs.
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