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Welcome to my Coffee Share collection
This area is almost completely a diary/discussion with other bloggers. This particular Coffee Share group (I understand there are others with similar names) is hosted by a certain blogger who creates a new link each week for anyone interested to stop by and share a link/post with the intention being to answer the question; “If we were having coffee, I’d tell you. . .”. Like any group of friends getting together to just talk, all kinds of stuff comes up. If you go to any of the host’s coffee share links, you’ll see a list of other links with bloggers names so you can look for someone you like or just wander. But each one is a glimpse of what that person is thinking about, working on or worried about for the past of upcoming week. Each of these folks are bloggers themselves, so expect some lively and diverse thoughts.
To make this section very fast to use, I keep my links – my essays sorted into calendar quarters with easy to understand short named menus titled: 2 digits for the year, 2 digits for the month. Under the first menu “1805 thru 1806” which you should read as May of 2018 through June 2018. Then inside each menu, I have the links to the essays from that month.
The essays from each quarter use the same title format, except I add 2 digits for the day of the month, so my first one was created on: 180512 or May 12, 2018.
These essays are always shorter that my 2000 word limit for my stories and end up being anywhere from 400 -1500 words and read like a one-sided dialog between friends chatting over coffee.
If interested, you can use the links at the top of each of my essays to get to the full weekly collection of all the other shares for that week. So you can read and maybe get to know some of the other cool folks who meet up each week.
I only index my own in this menu system. If you read and comment on any of my essays, WordPress will drop me a note and we can have a conversation. I’d welcome that.