I also enjoyed sharing pictures via Facebook and texting. What can compare to seeing snow-covered mountains and texting them to my friends in the South and East?
A Facebook friend shared this image with her relative who teaches Renaissance Literature:
Other friends laughed with me about the hullabaloo and long lines we witnessed in Bellevue, Washington when Seattle's first Chick-fil-A opened:
With wind-blown hair, this picture of me taken in the Badlands National Park, South Dakota got more "likes" on Facebook than any other picture I posted.
|At Worden's Deli in Missoula, Mt|
on a bike trail in Springfield, Missouri, as well as a Korean barbecue restaurant in an international food court outside Seattle.
|Multnomah Falls, Oregon|
Take a look at Augusta Scattergood's blog post on a similar topic.
What do you think? Has anticipating your audience shaped your work? If so, has that been a good or bad experience for you?
Meanwhile, thank you, blog readers and Facebook friends, for being a kind, supportive audience. This picture is for you:
|Coeur D'Alene, Idaho|