About My Blog

My blog is where I chronicle and curate the sacred, serious and silly things in my life. This is my online voice where I share what is in my head and on my heart with people far and wide.

Blogging has been a deep interest of mine. Being creative and expressive with words and pictures has opened up a new world to me. The world of blogging has been a great way for me to connect with people around the world. This is something I have had a lot of fun doing.

My blogging philosophy is simple….

  • Be the star of your own blog.
  • Get inspired by fellow bloggers.
  • Use the world around you for material.
  • Make blogging fun.
  • Keep on blogging.

85 thoughts on “About My Blog”

  1. Hi Tony! Thanks for checking out my blog, Ink and Quill. And for the follow. I’ve just been looking around yours and Its very cool! Look forward to reading more!

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  2. You look like another blogger I follow. Several times today (or maybe just three times), I’ve gone to like a post and seen your tiny picture and thought, “Oh is that…no…it’s that Tony Burgess again!” So I had to stop by. Nice to meet you, Tony. I’m Rachel.

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  3. Heylow Tony πŸ™‚ I simply have to stop and say that your blog is indeed awesome apart from the likes and follow πŸ™‚ Love the wittiness and the versatility in your posts. Hope to see more of each other in this wonderful world of blogosphere πŸ™‚ Cheers and warmest wishes, Minaxi

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  4. Tony,

    You don’t know me but I wanted to tell you thank you SOOOO much for taking time to read the post I had made about the struggles and difficulties my family and I are facing right now with my mom’s colon cancer diagnosis. It had been reblogged on “THEGIRLWHOFEAROBLIVION”‘s blog the other day and I saw you had “liked” it on there. Me and my brother are trying to do everything in our power to gain traction for the cancer relief crowd funding page that we put together for her. I would humbly ask that you contribute whatever you possibly can. Even if it’s $5 or something still every little bit helps. We’re just a small family of me, my mom and brother and she isn’t able to work because of her chemo and I haven’t been able to work much because I have to stay home and be a full time caregiver and guardian for my brother. I do some freelance work online and odd jobs around town but it’s not enough to support our family. If you can’t contribute please consider reblogging our post:

    https://helpourmomma.wordpress.com/2016/04/30/how-my-moms-cancer-changed-my-life-a-sons-story/

    or visit the actual crowd funding donation page at:

    https://igg.me/at/Hz9-ILFN2P0

    Thank you SO much again for your time and consideration,

    Christopher Michael

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  5. Great points!!!
    Thank you for showing all the love you have on my blog πŸ™‚
    Stay in touch my new friend and hope to hear from you more..
    Huggs
    Suzette

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  6. I see your face everywhere Tony (sorry, I won’t be calling you T-Bird – ever) and so out of curiosity I tracked you down here. How’s your practice of liking every single post I’ve ever read working out for you, my friend? πŸ™‚
    Kindness – Robert (York, England).

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  7. Hi, Tony. Wow, I thought I had liked your About page a long time ago. Your blog is really looking great! I just wanted you to know that I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger award. I love your stories and your comments on mine and believe you deserve to be recognized. If you choose not to participate, I do understand; however, I hope that you do – even if you don’t pick 15 people 10 or 5 will do! The details are at https://beinglydiadotcom.wordpress.com/2016/11/08/another-nomination/
    Lydia!

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  8. Love this Tony! Especially: “I chronicle and curate the sacred, serious and silly things in my life.” Really fun and sweet at the same time. Thanks for your presence on my blog. A joy to meet you. ~Debbie

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  9. My blogging philosophy is almost the same. Only my line is on my journey of mental wellness, other life experiences and knowledge that I have gained along the journey. I too believe in learning from others from and those not having blogs, and also until the end πŸ™‚

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