“A log boom is a barrier placed in a river, designed to collect and or contain floating logs timbered from nearby forests sometimes called a fence or bag. The term is also used as a place where logs were collected into booms, as at the mouth of a river.” Wikipedia
This is a good analogy useful to illustrate what has been happening as I accumulate clippings and scribbles and notes in a burgeoning file folder full of possible blogs. It’s a blog-boom. I’ve timbered a lot of ideas, collected them, and now I have to cut them into shape. If there are too many to deal with one at a time, I’ll throw a bundle at you and you can take it from there - if you want to, if it appeals to you, if something rings a bell with you. Do they put bells on booms?