I see plenty of bloggers who have a Music Monday or a Thankful Tuesday. Perhaps they have Quote of the Day Wednesday, Fantastic Friday or Stream of Consciousness Saturday, but I am not necessarily hooked by those prompts. I have been tempted to create some regular weekly or monthly posting categories with enough variety to be valuable to my audience in the cyber world.
MY planned categories are:
- LESSONS FOR CHILDREN
- MY HOME TOWN
- SEEKING AND SEARCHING
- SHORT READS AND QUOTES
- THINGS I TREASURE
So far my category listings do not show because there is not a post connected to them, yet. One I have not added yet, but one I am sure would hook a specific type of reader is Things We Treasure. That could range from weird collections to special people or on to spiritual things. Likely a wide variety of people would be willing to read or contribute.
My mother-in-law was a great collector, much to the chagrin of my father-in-law. As she aged, more and more things became her trinkets–to the point there was no real display–just things jammed together as if dumped in a child’s toy box. Some were indeed valuable as antiques and some as family heirlooms, but all were difficult to keep dusted. She had a spoon from every state in the United States. She had an egg shell she had blown herself and planned to paint one day.
As you can see by the photo taken from a museum archive, perhaps it was popular at the time to keep such things on display even though they were not organized.
Who am I to criticize? I have two boxes full of cloth I “plan to use for quilts one day.”
Each to his own…