Most of you know I’m part of a group of bloggers who meet each weekend to share stuff.
Today, my coffee share is a snapshot of life in western Sonoma County, near Petaluma, California where I was born and raised. If you’ve lived nearby, I think you’ll recognize these neighbors. If you are not a native, you will enjoy the miniature drama that Sonoma County put on my front porch this week.
Here’s the link for the full Coffee Share for this weekend:
Coffee Share 2100207: Life in the Food Chain
Why do I use both a blog post and a blog page for my essays? My blogging engine is a service named WordPress. They have two devices for bloggers to use.
(1) Pages, which I use for non-time-dependent things like items for my permanent story collection and,
(2) Posts, which, like what you are now reading automatically tie themselves into a chronological chain of articles AND every time I post something, my followers are automatically invited to review it.
When I want to do both; add a new story to the collection and notify my followers, I must do both and add a link I hope you’ll click on to read and react the actual story or essay.