Friday, July 17, 2009

Getting started with this thing...

I thought I would take a little time to get my own blog up and running now that I have enjoyed commenting on other blogs. It really wasn't hard once you get past the intial stages and figure out where everything goes. So, just to get things going, I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your comments. Don't step on any toes and we'll get along fine here. So lets have fun and talk about things and see where it takes us.

7 comments:

Dave To You said...

FIRST!!!

Hi Shiny Rod....!!!!.....-dave
(aka...DTO .....davetoyou.blogspot.com)

Shiny Rod said...

I will try posting a new item once a week for starters and due to my intensive class schedule this quarter. Thank you to everyone visiting my blog. I really appreciate your support.

Dave To You said...

Hey...Thanks for adding me to your following list. I'm in some pretty good company there...I must say....I'll do the same for you. I'm small potatos in blogland but hey..."Isn't fun the just best thing ever?"....Arthur Bach

That other thing I do (Two Flats Down) is my music side and pretty much me. I was a trumpet player my whole life. It's what I did and what 'shaped me' I guess. I still play, although no one pays me for that anymore
-d

Shiny Rod said...

I'm just getting started with the blogging thing too. I write a bit and I thought that this would be a good outlet for my more creative side since I spend all day editing and write technical documents. I've been hacking at the guitar since I was twelve and I still need a lot of work, I do play a little piano when I get the time. As you see, I have a fondness towards Firefly/Serenity.

The Dish said...

Hi, Shiny Rod! Welcome to blogland! Stick around. Always nice to 'see' a friendly face!

Shiny Rod said...

Thanks for the support, I hope you like my writing and if you don't let me know too.

Greg said...

That was a great narrative. It made me feel like I was at the beach. I could taste the scotch, and you already know I'm a scotch drinker. Your icon is now on my desktop. Great job!