"What's in a name? That which we call a blog
by any other name would sound as sweet."
(My apologies to Shakespeare)
To all of my following friends and fellow bloggers:
I have decided to change the name of my blog from
Diggin' in the Dirt to...
When I started my blog, I debated over what to name it. For several years I have authored a garden newsletter for my clients called "Diggin' in the Dirt." So I thought I would name my blog just that, Diggin' in the Dirt.
Then I joined Blotanical. It was then that I realized that there are many other blogs with the Digging name (or some derivative thereof), so I decided a change might be in order. My fellow Blotanist "Gardenguru" commented that in his experience he has found that "it is the content that distinguishes one blog from another and not the name."
While this may be true, in an effort to stand out from the crowd of Digging Diggers Diggin' in the Dirt, I decided to change the name to conform with my garden design and consultation business, Signature Gardens. The content of my blog will remain the same, an attempt to give out pertinent gardening information as well as share tales of my adventures while (you guessed it) diggin' in the dirt.
My blog URL remains the same;
only the name has been changed to protect the innocent :-)
Again taking artistic liberty, "A blog is a blog because we agree to call it so, and if we agreed to call it by any other name, all that makes a blog will continue; albeit under a different name" :-)
What is a name, indeed?
Is it not our signature; that which identifies us and perhaps sets us apart?
I hope you like the change and will continue to follow me on my blogging journey.
a day without dirt under your nails is like a day without sunshine.