After months of feeling weak, it feels good to be on the mend. Contributing to my better health I credit blogging as one thing that makes me strong.
Wickenburg Walk #3 Looking at Doors
- Blogging gives shut-ins daily contact with the outside world.
- Bloggers suggest ideas that help. Today I am rinsing my mouth out with peroxide to cure the canker sores that accompanied whatever it is that I have had. Cee Neuner’s idea. It’s working.
- Looking at photos reminds you of better times as you prepare blog posts.
- Interviewing bloggers gives you a chance to go deeper with them and their blogs and cements friendships.
- Interviewing bloggers also brings in friends of friends and occasional people who have visited your blog that helps establish those budding friendships. I didn’t realize it until I sent Toonsarah a book review link in which I had featured Amy of Share and Connect, one of the Lens Artists on my blog.
- Participating in challenges, stretches your thinking and keeps your mind strong.
- Blogging helps you solidify your opinions and be flexible to change them as you need to when you read comments.
- Blogging sends you outside and on trips in search of new photo opportunities.
- Blogging gives you an opportunity to seek out and apply new skills. These pictures were all straightened, and the colors strengthened using Bridge thanks to lessons from Cee Neuner. Being able to straighten pictures allows me to overcome my astigmatism.
This post is my contribution to Thursday Doors, too.
Do you think I love blogging? You would be right if you do.