It is the 2nd Annual National Leave A Comment On A Blog Day!!!!!
This is a totally made up holiday I created last year when I kept hearing from my blogging buddies that people seldom left comments any more! Though most of us do not blog for comments...they sure are nice to get every once and awhile! So today...take some time to leave a comment on at least 2 of your favorite blogs (or blogs you think might need some encouragement!!). Let them know you are leaving it as part of the National Holiday!! ha ha After last year's "event"....I heard from many people saying how much they appreciated just a few kind words from their readers!!! Lets try to make it bigger this year!!!!!! If ya want..feel free to copy & paste my picture holding the sign!(because I'm like a model or something?!!??! blah..barf! ha ha)
YOU DO NOT NEED TO LEAVE
ME A COMMENT...I'M GOOD!!!
REACH OUT TO OTHERS PLEASE!!
?!?! I do own more than one shirt?!?!
Great with to connect with other art teachers out there. I enjoy following the blog and learning what other art teacher are doing (and what they are going through). Keep on bloggin'.ReplyDelete
LOVE this idea - we've never had a comment on a blog (that I know of) lol! I'm tweeting it out there. LauraReplyDelete
thanks for all the art!ReplyDelete
What a great idea for a blog post. Love it! You inspire me to post more!!ReplyDelete
Good idea, Ted. We can look at our blog stats, and know that people are visiting and reading, but that's not the same as hearing their response to what what we say.ReplyDelete
I enjoy your art blog and weekly devotionals. I am not teaching this year, but love to read and find out what all my art teachers are doing. Also, love the pics of your children. You and yours are in my prayers and thoughts. Keep up the positive beat!ReplyDelete
Happy Full Moon!ReplyDelete
Love this idea! I have a blog for my class and I maybe get 1 comment every 2-3 months. I love it when people tell me they read it though. Thank you for your blog. I've really enjoyed reading your art devotionals. Please keep writing them!ReplyDelete
I just discovered you and can't wait to go through your blog. Lots of great ideas. My blog (not updated in awhile) is annedirilgen.com/myblogReplyDelete
Hello Mr E! I m a teacher in France, in a small village near Nantes on west coast. On each holiday, I check your blog to give me ideas. So that your ideas go to french pupils. Thanks a lot and god bless you!ReplyDelete
For example, here http://stjocouffecm.blogspot.fr/2015/10/jour-22-du-feminin-et-des-points.htmlReplyDelete