Gordon Girls 2020

Changing the Blog to "Friends-Only"

I've  decided to make my blog entries "Friends-Only" for added security regarding what information is available to the world.  Friends-only means that only people on my Friends List can see my entries that have the Friends-only security level.  LiveJournal's Friends system is part of the community element of the site.  I'm always open to new friends, however.

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To read my Friends-only entries you will need to be logged into LiveJournal in one manner or another.

 -- The simplest method is for you to create a free LiveJournal account.  You can create an account at the Create New Journal page.  It's really easy and you won't ever have to post anything to your own blog (but it is a nice way to remember adventures).  While creating an account, you will need to choose a valid username and a secure password.  After you create your account, you will need to validate your email address.  This method is easy and FREE.

 -- Alternatively, you have a Google, Facebook, or Twitter account, or if you have an account with a website that supports OpenID (such as Yahoo), you can create an identity account with most of the same features as a standard LiveJournal account.  I've never tried this method but you can follow the link for instructions.

After you have access to LiveJournal, designate me as a "Friend."  If I know you, I will return the favor promptly.  If I don't know you, please introduce yourself and tell me a bit about yourself. I'm always looking for new LJ friends, especially if we share some interests!
Gordon Girls

Where to start?

I created my Live Journal account, and now I'm faced with the question that has dogged authors for ages, "Where to start."  So I'll simply quote one of the most famous canine writers.....     



It Was A Dark And Stormy Night
by Snoopy

"It was a dark and stormy night. Suddenly, a shot rang out!
A door slammed. The maid screamed.
   Suddenly, a pirate ship appeared on the horizon!
   While millions of people were starving, the king lived
in luxury. Meanwhile, on a small farm in Kansas, a boy was
growing up."

OK, the literary stuff is now out of the way.  I intend this journal mainly to chronicle the story of the Gordon Girls:
            Rudy (almost 14 years old!)
            Logan (recently turned 10 years old)
            Kidder (4 years old)

I'll post trial stuff, pictures, old pictures, thoughts, and maybe a video or two if I ever get that figured out.  We'll see how long this effort lasts, but what the heck, we're now part of Web 2.0.

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