Most of you know I’m part of a group of bloggers who meet each weekend to share stuff.
Today, my coffee share essay is a visit back to southwest Sonoma County from our backyard wildlife preserve in the twilight between suburbia and agriculture just outside the Petaluma valley.
There’s half frozen lizards, volunteer trees, annoying birds and seriously annoying gophers.
:: Spoiler alert :: It doesn’t work out well for the gophers . . .
. . . and Gary’s peer homeowners go wild with applause.
Here’s the link for the full Coffee Share for this weekend:
Coffee Share 210320: Spring in the Backyard
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. Thanks for visiting.