becoming a blogger…

the accordion player

For the past year, or so, I have been avoiding the “blog”.  Journal writing has never been one of my strong suits… it is not that I feel I am a poor writer, nor that I feel I do not have anything to say or share with others, but I have never done well with the discipline of continuing the journal process.  That being said, here I am, attempting to start a blog and keep it going.  Perhaps I may share something great and profound with whoever decides to read my thoughts and view my images- and perhaps not.  But it is my goal to get a blog on the road and keep traveling with it; maybe there will be some of you out there who will read it, and if so, I thank you for doing so.

Just for the records, I am a freelance photographer.  There will likely be photographs posted on a regular basis- and if not, please call me to account on that note!  My main objective in starting a blog, in addition to what I mentioned above, is that I have a place that I am posting and writing about my photos and life on a regular basis.

Without further ado, I now intend to begin taking my first steps on this hopefully stellar “blogging” adventure!

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4 Responses to becoming a blogger…

  1. Donna says:

    Lindsay love the blog..its great..so funny Maren just came and told me you just texted her and I was reading your blog at the same time..

    • lecomer says:

      Thanks Donna 🙂 Do you still have your blog going? I’m not sure how I will do keeping up with it, but it’s worth a shot 🙂
      Are you in Vermont as well? I hope you guys have a great time and keep warm! We are going to Quebec in two weeks to
      go dog sledding- I am not looking forward to the cold 🙂

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  3. Rachel says:

    Hey Lindz! Great new pictures of Alice! So cute! Keep it up!

    I like your idea of photo journalism. That could be really interesting. Especially because you could travel and/or even document religious aspects of a culture, putting that Comparative Religions degree to some use! Are you and Sean still thinking of moving to Austin?

    We are officially in South Jersey as of Wednesday. I will see you soon, though – July 10th!


    Rachel

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