some work

It is interesting when some work is given, completed (for now), and then given away.  We copyright, we request permission, we honor, and even try to stay organized.  I use the search feature on my own blogs a lot.  What did I write last year at this time, or the year before?

errands in July
wind through
tall grasses

10 thoughts on “some work

  1. I feel, um quite out of it sometimes. I just figured out after two years or so how to ‘search’ for my own stuff on blogs anyway. Though I tried it for a particular item this morning and well maybe because I haven’t been using categories properly – couldn’t find what I was looking for so I had to go to the posts list section. You’ve gotten me curious now…
    Thanks for your verse…yes the grass is tall enough, again…to mow. 🙂

    This was the third stanza of something I wrote July 3, 2012

    ‘What language or lessons can I find
    Twisted in a spider’s silent patience
    Just waiting to be served by what ever falls
    Generously upon her protected silky plate’
    ©JP/davh

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    1. Dear Jules, I am always learning. This blog theme has the Search feature at the top of the home page, in the right corner. However for the theme I am using for my “Grief And Acceptance” poetry site, I needed to add the Search option as a widget.

      I try different words too. As you say, many ways to locate information, and I’m sure that was part of the design work for the WordPress dashboard.

      Right now I am slowly reviewing this blog, and the Archives help a lot too.

      Thank you, Ellen

      I’ll add the link for the site I mentioned: http://griefandacceptance.wordpress.com

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  2. I also often use the search feature on my own blog to find posts that I can remember–but can’t remember exactly when they originally appeared.

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  3. I use the search facility, also, to see which image I posted at the same time last year – or the year before. I find it interesting to note the differences (or similarities) in weather.

    I love your poem. The grasses are particularly beautiful here in the UK this year.

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