Bloggity, Blog, Blog

I really couldn’t think of a title. I was wondering about blogs and this thing called niche, I don’t have a niche, something comes into my head and I research it and I write it. The problem is there is too much in my head. When I was little:

Me and TeddyThere was me and Teddy and not a lot in my head. Rin Tin Tin, The Flower Pot Men, Andy Pandy, that was probably it. Now it’s full of stuff, so to have a niche would mean I concentrate on one thing. Impossible (ask my teachers). Last night a young lady at beautylogea.com asked me why I thought Michelle Obama would make a good president?

 

If you visit the post you’ll see what I said. This mornings post was going to be about my blog post process, but I got bored with it so it stands to reason so would you 🙂 Did I tell you that I once danced with the Masai in Kenya? Now there is a tenuous link President Obama lived there, hmmm. See how my head works?
img_1311Then I considered writing about the weather, yeah I know. Anyway getting back to Michelle for a while, she made me think about what a strange world we live in. There was as much stuff written about Black History Month by white people than Black people and as much written by men on Women’s day than women. Is that guilt? or is it a case of look what I wrote, I can’t possibly be racist or sexist? Never trust a man who says, ‘trust me.’ 🙂 So I don’t I don’t have a niche, I just write stuff. Oh, and don’t trust me 🙂 I’m busy looking for something 🙂 img_1313

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About charliecountryboy

Carpenter and Carpentry Lecturer. Writer, 5k and 10k runner, musician. Curious about life and all those wonderful people in it.
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22 Responses to Bloggity, Blog, Blog

  1. Carolyn Page says:

    So ‘that’s’ your niche, Charlie – You write about everything! 🙂
    In fact, Charlie, that’s the ‘surprise’ of your blog – you never know what surprise will await..
    Haha… 🙂
    xoxoxo

    BTW: Couldn’t see your comment on that link re Michelle Obama! 😦

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    • Ha, ha, yes i didn’t think of it that way, a little like the person who say they don’t have an image which is an image in itself. Strange about the comment I copied it for ha.
      She was a great inspiration, I think she would be a phenomenal motivator, she has compassion (or at least it appears that way from a couple of thousand miles away here in UK) great public speaker and honest. She’s proved she has perseverance, lawyer, writer, community driven. Finally she’s a woman and I would hope she would inspire women around the world to achieve.

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      • Carolyn Page says:

        Can only agree with you re Michelle Obama – great lady and a definite ‘great’ example to, not only women, but all people.
        Love the image of you with the Masai people; that must have been exciting and very interesting! 🙂

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    • Iriowen says:

      Wow!You were an adorable cute little boy.💋

      I have never been Kenya, I think dancing with the Masai is so cool. Too bad it’s a photo I won’t be able to tell if you danced to the rhythm.😊

      It’s ok for anyone to write about black history. We need the healing inorder to move on.🌹

      Finally, I hope Mrs Obama will consider going for president. It has to start with her willingness.

      Great post! 💖🍀

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  2. strangeset says:

    One of the best blog titles I have read so far. Much easier to understand than “nested infinity” or some such pictorial words.

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  3. Iriowen says:

    Wow!You were an adorable cute little boy.💋

    I have never been Kenya, I think dancing with the Masai is so cool. Too bad it’s a photo I won’t be able to tell if you danced to the rhythm.😊

    It’s ok for anyone to write about black history. We need the healing inorder to move on.🌹

    Finally, I hope Mrs Obama will consider going for president. It has to start with her willingness.

    Great post! 💖🍀

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  4. Bryan Fagan says:

    Your niche is accepting whatever enters your head. Enjoy the weird stuff that floats by and embrace it. That’s what we do. Welcome to the world of the creative minds.

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  5. englepip says:

    I think you write about your exciting life best – that is your niche.By the way I have nominated you for the Liebster Award. Should you wish to see what it is please follow this link. https://wordpress.com/view/englepip.wordpress.com

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  6. K E Garland says:

    You have a gazillion experiences! How in the world did you end up dancing with the Masai??? And yes…probably white guilt, male guilt, guilt guilt…anywho, I digress lol

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  7. I wish I’d thought of that title. I’ve often thought that the paradox of politics is that the good people don’t want to put themselves and we get left with a choice of people who aren’t really suitable.That’s how Donald Trump and Boris Johnson rose to the top. 🙂

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  8. Sim says:

    This sums up what goes on in my head.😄😄

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Rakkelle says:

    OMG! YES! YES! YES! My first ever blog post (6 weeks ago) was about the fact that I don’t have a niche and guess what? I don’t want one either. I’ll write about anything that pops into my head and that’s okay. We all don’t need a niche. I’m so glad I came across this post, it serves as confirmation for everything I thought. Thanks for writing this.

    My link is http://www.racquelwrites.com, in case you want to check out that first post. 🙂

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  10. Rakkelle says:

    Awwww, thanks, Charlie. I appreiate you taking the time to read it.

    Liked by 1 person

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