Posting a blog is only one-tenth of the process. The other tenth is creating it.
That leaves lots of free time to think about more important marginal things.
This kind of information can be a most important “how-to” for new bloggers.
It’s much like a “how-to-get-out-of-doing-homework” for high school scholars.
Isn’t this turrible? After blogging much less than an excess of five thousand blog posts I can muster but a little less than one piece of nonsense wisdom for new bloggers.
But is it truly nonsense? Look a little deeper. No, deeper. Deeper still. Do you see it? Do you see what is not there? Now you’ve got it! I wasted more of your time by asking whomever so will to look deeper for something that is not there.
I don’t know about you, but this has helped me immensely. Nonsense humor is something that relieves me of the mid-winter blues, be it ever so slightly. But every little bit helps. I realize this type humor isn’t for everybody. Some just can’t cope.
Just one more thing minor but helpful. I’ve wasted no posting of a picto-graphic.
Reference: Seasonal Affective Disorder. Over 15% of the lower left lobe of my brain suffers from lack of copious amounts of sunlight during winter’s absence of same.
To redeem this post I will leave you with this which is in no way nonsense:
And God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light! Genesis 1:3