We may not have it all together, but together we have it all.
Apparently men are just not as interesting as women. Well, I could have already told you that, but today offers graphic proof.
When August McLaughlin ran her Beauty of a Woman Blogfest, fifty or sixty people submitted blogs, myself included. In fact, that’s what prompted me to announce the Mark of a Man Blogfest.
Apparently only two of my readers thought men were a worthy topic for a blog. J. T. Therrien notified me Tuesday he would post his entry at http://jttherrien.blogspot.ca/2013/03/the-mark-of-man-blogfest.html. Rhonda Hopkins posted hers at http://rhondahopkins.com/2013/03/15/the-mark-of-a-man-blogfest/.
When I announced the blogfest, I assumed a few men would submit entries, but I really thought a bunch of women would want to have a say about men. Praising their husbands, fussing about bad dates they’d had, or at least telling us to put the toilet seat down. What I didn’t really expect was almost total silence on the subject.
In an announcement about the blogfest, I said I’d have a drawing and give some e-books to the winner. Since only two people entered, I’m going to award the books to both of them.
My thanks to you, J.T. and Rhonda. I hope a lot of people read your posts today.
Julie Glover submitted a late entry at http://julieglover.com/2013/03/15/stepping-up-and-stepping-out-the-mark-of-a-man-blogfest/#comment-6373.
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