Mama's Got a Brand New Bag!

[photopress:james.jpg,thumb,alignright]I’m writing “in code”!  Sometimes the light bulb just goes on, and we can do things today and tomorrow, that we just couldn’t seem to “get” yesterday.

I’m editing the template, changing the categories, flipping the position of things in the sidebar and if I don’t blow up the blog in the process, I’ll be getting things “in order” and ready for 2007 this week.  One of the reasons I change out my categories, even though it is a lot of work to fill the new categories, is that my stats register by category.  It’s a good way to start the stat counter over, without losing the old stat data.  It also gives me a chance to update the info for my readers, without “throwing away the baby with the bathwater.  I can pull in some of the older posts that are still relevant, leave behind some that are no longer relevant to be accessed in “archives”, and add some new articles in each category, based on my most recent experiences.

Blogging in 2007 will be a challenge, to go beyond yesterday’s “blog rules”, to invent that which will transcend the Blogosphere’s commonly closed mindset.   My culture insists that I add an ingredient to everything, that wasn’t there before, in a “no holds barred” kind of way.  Keeps life interesting.

On a sadder note.  The Title of this post and photo are inspired by the News that James Brown, “The Godfather of Soul” has passed away.  Kim and I are hoping that in the months and years to come, some of his original music, from his King Federal days with the Famous Flames, in the mid-fifties through early sixties, will be released.  God Bless Us…Every One…

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ARDELL is a Managing Broker with Better Properties METRO King County. ARDELL was named one of the Most Influential Real Estate Bloggers in the U.S. by Inman News and has 33+ years experience in Real Estate up and down both Coasts, representing both buyers and sellers of homes in Seattle and on The Eastside. email: cell: 206-910-1000

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