Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Field Trip

When I was a child in Elementary School, we occasionally took a field trip. These were special days ... days to escape the same old classroom and see the world. With permission slips handed in and our coats on, we headed for the bus and exciting adventures.

Today, I invite you to take a field trip with me ... to leave the same old walls of Reduce Footprints and see something new. You'll still get to read one of my articles .... just not in this setting.

So ... are you ready? Grab your things because we won't be coming back here. Got everything? OK ... when you're ready, click on the bus below and climb aboard. Happy Field Trip!!


14 comments :

  1. :))) i enjoyed the field trip :)))

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  2. Now this is original!! I like the bus. Thank you for the enthusiasm SF.

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  3. Great field trip! I might recycle that idea for my blog. See if I can convince Hubby to draw me a tour bus. That okay with you?

    Great article.

    Rebecca
    http://frombrain2bookshelf.blogspot.com

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  4. Sure, Rebecca ... that's okay with me! Let us know when your bus leaves ... I, for sure, want a seat on the bus! :)

    SF

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  5. What a wonderful, creative idea! I wish I had thought of it.
    Will there be more trips?

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  6. Thank you, Gena! I'm hoping there will be more trips ... kind of fun to get out of the building, huh? :)

    SF

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  7. So creative! That's what keeps me coming back to your reads. I have a book headed to the editors and am sitting on pins in needles waiting for it to be published. What a great bus ride to a wonderful site. Thanks for the field trip. Take care,
    Katie

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  8. You did really well SF. Great job. Funny, informative and enlightening - just what you want from a guest blog.

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  9. Very cool! Enjoyed the trip (left a comment for you on The New Author too). You've got a great site here. I'll definitely visit again.

    Thanks.
    Kimberly
    kbkeilbach.blogspot.com

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  10. The field trip was awesome and you did an amazing job blending your post in with the New Author Crowd. I gave a thumbs up here and for the specific post at The New Author.

    I love seeing you and other great authors expand and successfully reach out and grab the readers of the blog you are guest posting at. It's great for your blog and theirs. Again, great job and any blog is lucky to have you as a guest author.

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  11. Yey, great field trip. Thanks for the great trip... a good lesson.

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  12. Oh how I love field trips. Just traveling in general as a matter of fact. Still though thanks for the trip. The article was very informative!
    It is funny to me how just yesterday while riding around with the hubby I was commenting on things. For example all of the great trees, woods, etc. being torn down and uprooted to make way for new homes and all!! I told my husband that it was a "SHAME" that these great big old trees were gone now. That they were taking away our much needed oxygen and all. To me I said these developers ought to be shot on the spot for their destructive ways! Plus with our economy the way it is we have way too many places sitting around empty right now!!! So "WHY" destroy such beautiful things in order to build such useless things? To me it does not make sense!
    Oh well, at least we both were thinking along the same lines! Take care and "THANK YOU" from the bottom of my heart for your wonderful comments on my blog the other day! You are a beautiful person. And as for "Sugar" well she is doing great. Hobbling around with her little cast and all. But let me tell ya, she sure is ruling the roost, so to speak here at the house! :-) Seems nothing is slowing her down! LOL

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  13. SF - I am sending a writer your link to this blog -- she just wrote a "green" book - I just ordered it yesterday. I told her about your blog. She's a fellow staffer at R&T.... :)

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  14. That is a well crafted article and the first I've read that deals with writing and "being green." Thank you for the interistig field trip.

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