I figured I would go ahead and blog now so I would not have to worry about it this weekend. I have a friend coming in to town, so I do not want to have a lot of work to do on Saturday and Sunday, so I am hoping that with this blog out of the way, my schedule will seem to be more open. I know ideally it should not be that difficult to write down 400 words about any subject you want, but sometimes it actually takes me a while to think about what to blog about, and then to put it coherently into 400 words, with some sort of beginning, middle, and end. But today, I am trying out a new way of blogging because my friend is coming into town, and I do not want to make her sit and watch me blog (although I know she would think it was funny that I have my very own blog).
She would think it was funny because I am not a very computer savvy person. In my high school, everyone had laptops, but I still preferred taking notes by hand. I love to doodle, and I feel like I can figure things out on paper easier than I can figure them out on the computer. So she would be surprised that I am now a “blogger” and will very shortly have my very own webpage too.
The one thing I really like about this blog is that if I type “Lucadoodle” into a Google search, my blog is one of the first things that pops up. Although no one who reads my blog understands my “screen name” it is probably my favorite part about my blog. My friend (who is coming into town this weekend) would understand, and that is another reason why she would find this blog so comical.
Lucadoodle is the summer camp my sisters and I started and I have helped lead for the last three summers. It’s for rising third and fourth grade girls, and we play a bunch of different games, make crafts, eat lots of popsicles, and have lots of fun. I talk about the camp a lot (especially in the summer) and one of my friends has started calling me Lucadoodle. I like the name, and it makes me really happy that it is now recognized on Google.
So now I have reached 400 words, and no blogging this weekend when my friend is visiting!