Season – Blog Carnival

Autumn Leaves

Welcome to the SEASON edition of the One Word at a Time Blog Carnival.

You are welcome to join in either by writing or reading or both. If you write a post on the topic of ‘season’, please add your link to the little widget below so we can all find it!
It doesn’t matter if your post is a day or so late, the carnival never ends around here ;-)

Remember, if you tweet your post or any of the others in the carnival, please use the hashtag #owaat.

About PeterP

I am a blogger, author, stay at home dad, speaker, web hosting trainer and geek (I was so excited to get an iPad that I actually made up a song and dance about it). I am English by birth, but currently live in California with my wife and our three children. I ran a web hosting business for nine years and found that many, if not most of my clients had never learned how to use any of the functions associated with hosting so I wrote a book to try and teach just those skills. I must admit to having fallen in love with WordPress (possibly a little TOO much) and I honestly find it hard to understand why anyone would use anything different to build a site! WordPress is wonderful! My passion is to help others achieve their goals with their websites/blogs. I believe that, with a little help, anyone can have an awesome site.

10 thoughts on “Season – Blog Carnival”

  1. Hi Peter! It’s been a while since I last participated in the Blog Carnival, when I checked the Carnival word for this week, I realized that it was a match to a post I wrote a few days ago, so I submitted it.
    It was not written specifically for the carnival, but I think it matches the theme.
    Thanks again for hosting the Blog Carnival!

  2. nance marie says:

    what a lovely warm colored photo.
    i added my piece for the season edition.
    thanks for hosting.

  3. Helen says:

    I love autumn leaves!

  4. Thanks Peter. 🙂 Hope you’re exceedingly blessed today.

  5. Hazel I Moon says:

    Thanks for hosting! My entry is a repost, but it fits the word seasons. All around us is changing, seasons, and life itself.

  6. Gay Cannon says:

    Hi Peter, I was guided here by Maureen Doallas. Nice to meet you. This poem will be linked as well to today. You’re all welcome to stop by, link, and/or read the poems linked there as well. So glad to know about this. Thank you. Gay

  7. HisFireFly says:

    It feels as if many seasons at once are upon us — I have added a link to my post Season of seasons…

  8. floyd says:

    It’s fascinating how the change of seasons provoke so much thought and reflection.

    Great idea, thanks.

  9. Absolutely gorgeous photo there, Peter. I’m glad to participate this time. : )

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