Day 3611: Platforms

Platforms seem to be on people’s minds these days, so I checked some platforms for definitions of “platform.”

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My favorite definition of “platform” is the last one, above.

Do you see platforms in my images for today?

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For 10 years, I’ve been using the WordPress platform to blog daily, which has included processing the trauma I experienced when I was in the hospital having my first heart surgery at age 10 on November 22, 1963 (the day President Kennedy was killed). This year, I will do my best to relish cranberries and everything else on that day, which you will definitely read about on this platform.

When I search for “platforms “ on the YouTube platform, I find this

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… and this:

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Feel free to express your thoughts and feelings about platforms, below.

Thanks to all who visit me on this platform, including YOU!

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17 thoughts on “Day 3611: Platforms

  1. After a lifetime of commuting I never want to see another railway station platform again

  2. I hope to never see platform shoes again )

  3. I appreciate you on this platform.

  4. I am glad that you are adept at finding platforms , Ann, and also glad that Joan is, too.

  5. Debbie T

    I hadn’t connected that there are so many different definitions of platform.

  6. It cheers me up that we have a shared platform.

  7. By the way, I have a very much enjoyed and benefited from your WordPress blog these past 10 years, Ann. Thank you for your work!

  8. Joan seems level on many platforms, Ann.

  9. I was glad to see you included platform shoes! That was actually my first thought when I saw the theme. I could never wear them without clonking along ungracefully. I was fortunate to see Elton John’s last concert last weekend in Los Angeles and there were many reminders of his younger years when he performed in platform shoes. I suppose those of us at a certain age were young enough (once) to suffer and have worn those uncomfortable shoes. 🙂

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