Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about where to go next with Campfire Tales. I have books half-read to review, a letter to disclose, stories to tell, ideas to share, and so on (funny poems) and so forth (just plain awful poems). Plus, waaaay more than all that.
In other words, too many choices. My blogging life is like this:
Probably a bit too much. I crossed the line there. I never cross lines.
As I was saying, there are so many places to go with this site, and yet… the purpose started as a place to connect a few Lassen dots. The last Lassen dot? This guy:
And now everything is all:
Bridges, bridges, bridges.
But to where?
If you have preferences, please let me know. If not, don’t say I didn’t warn you.
3 thoughts on “At a Crossroads”
I like how you are Camp Host Chad;
AKA: “Vegas Barbie”
Not that I have a “story to tell” – your fiery top banner still fills me with terror! – but perhaps you should open up a pull-down menu so that you can curate other peoples “Campfire stories”. Campfire stories can have that delicious surreal rambling quality – as everyone gazes into the flames – that other “morning-time” stories don’t necessarily have.
I guess contributors would upload stories to you in the “leave a reply” area – you vet them for content – and then load them into the Campfire Stories section?
Your top banner does throw out the “Tell your story” challenge, after all.
Great suggestion! Everything you said is a basis for my site. Just like the recent Yellowstone photo post, I am open to curating reader stories for the site. Just send them to my e-mail!