Champion Blogger

I don't have time for this. I am not a journalist. I am not a professional blogger. Sometimes I don't even like writing.

Authot and blogger, Theo Semper

Authot and blogger, Theo Semper

I don't have time for this. I am not a journalist. I am not a professional blogger. Sometimes I don't even like writing. 

A month ago, I accepted my friend Ursula's invitation to join the 30-day bloggers challenge for the month of August. I am sort of confused because August has 31 days. But I'm going to let it slip because this is just my 30th blog. So I must have missed a day somewhere (I am not planning on writing a 31st ). In fact you might have noticed the flurry of activity at the end to catch up.

When I started this thing, I had plans on declaring myself the winner because_well just because. But there is no prize so what's the point?

First of all, thank you Ursula for the invitation. I had fun writing. It was a struggle at times coming up with things to say. But by challenging myself I put pen to paper and wrote an incredible load of gibberish. And low and behold, people actually read it.

I introduced people to a side of me they never knew existed. Theodorus Vittorio Emanuelle Semper was introduced to the world. I gave you a taste of where I am from and some of the things that make me tick. I do not take myself too seriously. That doesn't mean that I don't take life seriously.

I do care about this country that adopted me and I am extremely concerned about the turn that it has taken all because of deep-rooted hatred that would never be publicly admitted. You now know how I feel about the way my President is being treated.

I had a moment when I was spewing hate. It may or may not all have been in jest.  I never get too personal. I don't want too many people in my business so I am not going to put my own business on the street. I got blessed out for not mentioning a certain person. I'm not calling any names�the guilty must be protected and presumed innocent until proven otherwise. But my personal business stayed personal because it is none of your business. The good thing about a personal blog is that I can write whatever I want. I have complete editorial control. Ha!

It doesn't even have to be true (everything I have written is the truth or can be proven to be truthful with conjecture, supposition, or unfounded assumptions.)

Anyway I did enjoy writing. I appreciated the comments. And it made me especially pleased that you actually read this mess I'm writing. I am encouraged to continue.  I might even do so on a regular basis if I can squeeze it in between writingAnother Church Affair (working title).

So I am going to declare myself the winner of the 30-day blogging challenge. Thank you very much. I am going to throw myself a blogging celebration party. You are all invited.

A big shout out to the other participants in the challenge. I plan to read each and every one of your posts. (Sorry I missed a few.)

In the mean time_

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