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Autumn Season Premiere

Happy September my friends. It’s Wednesday September 01ST 2021, and with this special midweek edition I begin an all-new season of blog posts.

Normally I don’t post on Wednesdays, and I probably won’t do so again until my Winter Season Premiere on Wednesday December 01ST 2021.

I publish new blog posts 4 times per week on Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays, and Mondays at 3 AM U.S. East Coast time. Each day has its own unique theme. My Thursday posts are travel-related. My Friday posts are retro music-related. My Sunday posts are Scripture-related. My Monday posts are current music-related. So my hashtags are #TravelThursday, #RetroFriday, #SundayScripture, and #Top10Monday.

I publish occasional special posts on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, but not too often.

If you’re new to my blog then I welcome you. Thank You for checking it out. You may have clicked on my link on Facebook, Twitter, or Flickr. Perhaps Google or Feedspot sent you here awhile back, and you’ve been coming back on a regular basis. Maybe you only read my posts on #TravelThursday, or you’re only interested in my messages on Sundays. Either way I’m glad you’re here. This is a no-judgement zone. This is also a politics-free space online. There’s plenty of judgement and politics elsewhere.

Feel free to comment on any post. You can also reach me on Twitter @ChrisMDay. Some of you have your own blogs that I check out on a regular basis. Keep doing what you do. Keep blogging alive !

I’ve been blogging since 2007, and really I was blogging for 14 years before that via my own dial-in bulletin board system (BBS) and its spinoff on the early World Wide Web of the late-1990s into the early-2000s. It’s my favorite hobby online. But I can get too much of a good thing; hence, the typical 4-post-per-week schedule.

#TravelThursday will be posted tomorrow at 3 AM. Last week I traveled within my own hometown here in South Florida. Tomorrow I’ll check-out a stateside location that’s about 1,500 miles away.

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By Chris M. Day

I'm almost 56 years old. I've been online for 30 years - starting with my own dial-up bulletin board system in 1993 - and continuing with AOL, my own web site, Myspace, WordPress, Twitter, Flickr, and Facebook.