07/01/2017 § 3 Comments
The site is live with the announced weekly features in place: This Week’s Wisdom, This Week’s Photo, This Week’s Words.
The home page looks like this [click on image below to go to site].
If you view the site on your mobile device, you will see each of the above post squares one-after-the-other on your screen, and the navigation menu items along the top will be hidden under a little “Menu” icon (where you might never see them).
Here are the Navigation Menu Items:
My Photos As Blank Greeting Cards, Photo Prints, Canvas Prints, etc. (FineArtAmerica.com) — featuring Daily Graff Photos. Single Greeting Card = $4.20. Pack of 10 Cards = $2.15 per card. Pack of 25 Cards = $1.65 per card. Prints as low as $18 each. [Click on image below to see entire collection.]
My well-reviewed book of humor (Amazon.com – $8.99) “What a fantastically funny piece of writing. I absolutely loved it….All I can say is brilliant, excellent and highly recommended.” –Julie Elizabeth Powell, author of “Julie’s Quick Picks,” The LL Book Review. [Click on image below to go to Amazon]
This is my last-ever Daily Graff post, so I hope you will visit the new site (and maybe check out the items above).
Thank you again for following my posts on this site. — John
06/02/2017 § 20 Comments
A BEGINNING: The feature you have come to know as the “Weekend Postcards” will continue (starting July 1) as “This Week’s Wisdom” on my new, eclectic, WEEKLY blog:
If you want to see what I’ll be up to (after a month off), you can go there now to check out the layout or to subscribe, but I will post a reminder here when the posts start on the new site.
The new site will not have funny-captioned photos, and it will be less structured. In addition to an inspirational quote each week, I will post a feature photo (“This Week’s Photo”) and a paragraph or an essay (“This Week’s Words”) on whatever topic strikes my fancy (sometimes humorous, sometimes serious).
THE END: THANK you for following me, for all the “likes,” and for all the stimulating, engaging comments. It has been a privilege to have been invited into your inboxes. I took the responsibility seriously: I never missed a scheduled post in all the past seven years. Here is the post that started it all on November 1, 2010:
And now, for those of you who like numbers, here are the final statistics:
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