This is the 344th blog that I have posted. When I started blogging, I had no idea where it would lead. I have posted some good blog posts, some really boring and dumb ones, and a lot in between. But yesterday it reached a mile post. Aintforcitygals became my 50th follower. I never thought that I would get more than a few followers, and I want to thank everyone that has become a follower. You all really ought to check out this gal’s blog. One of the things she does is restore old RVs. If you haven’t already, go check her out at http://aintforcitygals.blogspot.com/ and say howdy.
My blogs have taken me to old times and old memories, RV wanderings, food (like prickly pear cactus ice cream served at the general store at Tortilla Flats, AZ) outer space, telescopes, flea markets, paintings, repairs, and wonderings about all sorts of things. It seems to me that my blogs have been losing their freshness. I enjoy going back and reading some of my old blogs. Lately, I have been running out of ideas of what to blog about. In a way, that is a good thing because there has been nothing traumatic happening in my life. The bad part of that is that there has been nothing exciting happening either.
In reality, there is always something new and exiting happening every day. The trick is to be able to recognize it. Remember back last week when I took the RV down to a park along interstate 10 to meet up with my cousin from Ft. Myers, Florida? Well he gave me 10 mangoes that he had picked off his tree before he left. I hate to admit it, but I had never eaten a mango in my life. Well, the other day, I figured they were getting ripe enough and tried one. WOW!!! I like them, so now I have been eating one tasty mango a day. I wonder if store bought mangoes are as good?
Did you ever notice that when you don’t have anything to say, you write a longer blog than you would if you knew what you were going to say? Better end this and get it posted. I have a lot to do today. But, before you leave, go check out my first blog at http://dizzydick.blogspot.com/2010/07/st-blog.html.
You all have a good day now, you hear?