Monday, August 29, 2011


As some of you may be aware, Bear has a total of five blogs. Yes, five of 'em. Most of you are accustomed to being part of Chrome on the Range and Bears Noting.

But there are three others. One deals with things spiritual and religious. One deals with ethics, particularly medical ethics. And one is written in French. Entirely in French. Yes, I admit to being a bit of a peculiar Bear.

There is an explanation. Bear, being in better fame of mind these days, is starting to use all five blogs. I don't want my mind to rot — totally. The creative juices are starting to flow again. I would not want you to be bored by reading just one or two blogs. So, the ethics blog and the French blog are coming back "on line" this week. I don't use them as much as my main two, so I'll warn you when I'm posting there. Maybe I should say "advise you" when I have something thereabouts.

Happy reading!

* With apologies to Robert Service, Canadian poet.


Rubye Jack said...

I just read elsewhere this morning that a blog should have a theme it follows. Needless to say I have not followed that rule since I find it silly for what I do. And so I find it interesting that you have five themed blogs and can see how that serves a good purpose. If you're interested in medical ethics for example, you know where to go.

The Blog Fodder said...

You can get me wasting time like no one else.;view=toc

Rob-bear said...

® Towonda: Bear is, as you can see, somewhat eclectic. Bear is also eccentric. Makes for a very interesting life -- eclectic + eccentric. As the Blog Fodder would testify, were he here.

Speaking of whom:
® BF: Thanks for the information. Not a waste of your time at all. A significant element is your continuing education. (See, Bear can be very good with words.)

About Last Weekend said...

How much time does it take you to do each blog post?Some times it takes me forever and I'm only posting twice a week. Finding it hard to handle just one blog! Good on you

Rob-bear said...

® About Last Weekend: I take some time to write my posts, sometimes over several days.
Then, too, my posts tend to be shorter than yours, generally. A result (I think) of my having "grown up" in radio news instead of print.

Lydia said...

Bear's mind is a'shining! I sure wish I knew French, or even a little bit because that blog would be so good to read and to use as practice.

Rob-bear said...

® Lydia: Thanks for the kind, bright comment. Quelle domage (what a pity) that you don't understand French. My French isn't very good, so I use the blog to practice. (Since Canada is officially bilingual — English and French — I try to use both languages; a notion which is both patriotic and romantic!)