Monday, November 10, 2008

Blog fodder, or need thereof

Since I've committed to posting every day this month I figure it's in both of our interests for you, the readers, to chip in with suggestions for what you'd like to read. It's win-win - I get ideas, and you get the privilege of not being bored out of your skulls.

So dear readers, what would YOU like to see more of in this space over the next few weeks? What burning questions are YOU dying to see answered?

Okay then, since we're all in agreement (see how smoothly I assumed the sale there? Must be that marketing training in action.) - fire away.

You ask, I'll answer.

12 comments:

Kay said...

Hmmm...

I always like what you write, can't think of anything specific...

But if you have any ideas for cheap and easy things to make for dinner, I wuld love you forever.

myrtle beached whale said...

I would like to know more about living in Israel. Maybe a photo tour of your neighborhood.

Dawn on MDI said...

I liked the pictures of Israel. I also would like to see some of the more every-day kind of stuff. Like where you shop for groceries, what clothing stores are like, department stores, all that. Is there still a downtown there or has everything become a middle-eastern version of suburban shopping mall hell?

mother in israel said...

I have an idea: You take me out to breakfast at one of those cafes, and blog about it.

Robin said...

You're on!

Leora said...

Your photos are beautiful, especially when you capture something in a unique, Robin-like way. I'd like something outdoors.

Michelle said...

Hi Robin

I'm very belatedly thanking everyone for replying to my blogblast for peace post. You're a brave woman aiming at blogging every day! I go in "hiccups" and stop-starts no matter how much I promise myself I'll write regularly.

Ok.. ideas... my friend (another blogger named Jeff) uses a thing he calls NEWSFLASH. Each letter of the name is a section he writes about. eg E = entertainment, TV, W = work, F = family life. I stole the idea and use it myself once a month... when I remember! lol

Neas Nuttiness said...

I personally would like to learn more about "every day" living in Isreal. I think that "dawn on mdi" said it all!. Let us live in another country - vicariously - though you! AND more pictures!!!

Robin said...

Great suggestions everyone, watch this space :).

grace @ sandier pastures said...

Hi Robin, I'm late. I want to see funny signs in your neighborhood, if any. Like funny English translations of Hewbrew perhaps?

Anyhow, you know that I always love how and what you write, no matter what the topic so write away anything!

Phyllis Sommer said...

i always love your "only-in-israel" posts. and all your posts.

Linda said...

Oh, that's weird. My comment never made it through.

Anyway, I'd love to know about historic preservation in Israel. Do you have historical markers? Is there a National Trust or something like the National Register of Historic Places where buildings are given a legal protection status? You know I'm a sucker for all that stuff. And if not, well, any old buildings will do. What's the oldest building in your town? :)