Saturday, December 29, 2007


Current mood: grateful
Category: Blogging

CURRENTLY ON MY IPOD: Banana Pancakes: Jack Johnson

Alrighty, just a few days away from the new year and the new blog etc. But...before I commence with all this fresh new-car smell newness of the blog, I wanted to ask you all a question.

What is it that you like about my blog? Is there something you find unique or different about my blog that keeps you coming back? Is there something you feel is lacking from my blog and would like to see or is there something that I do that you would like to make sure I continue doing?

Please email me or drop a comment for me, I want to make sure that when I reformat and start fresh that all the good is still in there and the bad, is well, gone.

I hope you all had a wonderful holiday and that you will have a very safe New Year's Eve and day. As for me, I will be here, writing my little tushy off.

So, let's talk. Get your coffee or tea out and let's sit down and talk. I want to hear from you.

Yours in talking, trends and taking the public opinion seriously,


Currently reading :
Strange Skies: A Novel (P.S.)
By Matt Marinovich
Release date: 21 August, 2007


Travis Erwin said...

Pictures. Where are the damn pictures?

Travis Erwin said...

And post here as often as you do on MySpace because Myspace is nearly as evil as lettuce.

Lisa Gates said...

Ditto what Travis said, but I would add "iceberg" lettuce. MySpace pales next to Romaine and Endive.

So here's a thought: How about the Cicily Janus Writer's Conference? Seriously, I want to create a writer's conference for people who want to change the world. Wanna play? I'm thinking journalists, essayists, and fiction writers who want to connect with the green, sustainability movement and DO something. Invite Bill McKibben and Michael Pollan to keynote and teach...and editors from (dying) papers and (dying) magazines and publishers, etc.

Don't all go and email me at once. Not sure why I worry about that...when most of the writers I know are sitting around writing self-serving FICTION for potential six-figure profits. Ahemmm. :-)

Travis Erwin said...

Hey, I gave you an award in my post on January third. Read it, accept it, do it.