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December 20, 2011

Everything changes over time.

I’m sure that folks who read the blog are noticing that there’s days where I’m struggling to find words – I’m stretching to find ways to get it to fit a given month’s theme, and it’s not doing much for whatever I’m actually tweeting during the day.  So I’ve making some changes going forward:

Unless there’s a compelling reason, I’m not going to do a monthly theme anymore.  It’s just too artificial.

I’m going to keep doing the word-a-day thing, but now it’s generally either going to be a word that I really needed during the day (like today’s – שמרטף (babysitter)) or something that I ended up looking up while reading online.  I think in the long run, it’ll do more naturally to help me learn to read and write better…

Thoughts are always welcome, good, bad, or ugly. 🙂


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