Conjugating the Blog
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The Blog. Back in the day, that could have been a title to a horror film, possibly a sequel or prequel to The Blob. B-l words have an often humorous sound, like blurb, blurt or bloat. But we have shiny bling, necessary coursing blood, we bleed (figuratively and otherwise), we are sometimes blonde, we tenderly bless, and, right now, blieve (joke!); a shortened misspelling of believe—add laughing emoji here.
We can thank, possibly among others, Jorn Barger [add wiki ref] for the term weblog—logging on to the web. Peter Merholz then shortened the word, followed by Evan Williams who morphed the word into both noun and verb. Welcome to the elasticity of the English language.
And this, dear readers, is an example of what a blog can be. Pick a subject and write about it. And that is what I can do for you.
There are blogs on anything and everything—technical, medical, scientific, to journeys through childbirth and parenthood, slogging through various loss, buying a home...if you can think it, it can be written.
There are websites that are only blogs, and there are websites featuring where to buy products or best places for family activities, which will include a blog. There are businesses selling products or services, which also will have blogs that speak to their industries and clients on various levels.
Let me know what you might want written for your website, and I will let you know if my expertise lies in that area. Blogs, like thoughts, are limitless.
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*Conjugating a word, while usually meaning only forms of a verb, can cover, as well, forms a word can take, such as, ‘You have very nice manners/You are so well-mannered.’