Where has the time gone?

February 17, 2008

Today is my first blogoversary. I took my blog out for a nice dinner at Applebee’s last night and let the staff sing to it like this (I wonder it they get training for that?). [I’m totally kidding].

Since my first post a year ago, my blog has become an important tool much like my minivan, my new bistro pots & pans (shiny, shiny BTW), and my binoculars. Like my van, my blog gets me from point A to point B with a little fuel in the form of commenters. Like my pots and pans its content nourishes me. Like my binoculars, it hangs around my neck and zooms in on things that I want to take a closer look at. It’s also a big time-sucking pain in the ass at times (like my kids ; ) except it behaves nicely at Applebee’s. I wish I had actually taken my blog out. You can get your own blogoversary widget here. Dinner optional.

  • Maria Hlas

    Congratulations! I won’t sing because I am tone deaf, but this is great. I really enjoy reading your blog (in case you couldn’t tell). Here’s wishing many more blogoversaries for you!

  • Maria Hlas

    Congratulations! I won’t sing because I am tone deaf, but this is great. I really enjoy reading your blog (in case you couldn’t tell). Here’s wishing many more blogoversaries for you!

  • http://cased.wordpress.org Alice Casey

    Yes, congratulations on a year’s worth of blogging – I just hope that my own blog will be going strong above and beyond the initial 3 month experiment! Also wanted to say that I found the blog really interesting but haven’t managed to find my way through all of that info as yet though am looking forward to reading more particularly on collaborative working and social networking. The organisation I work for specialises in public participation http://www.involve.org.uk so we have a slightly different slant on these very exciting tools!

  • http://cased.wordpress.org/ Alice Casey

    Yes, congratulations on a year's worth of blogging – I just hope that my own blog will be going strong above and beyond the initial 3 month experiment! Also wanted to say that I found the blog really interesting but haven't managed to find my way through all of that info as yet though am looking forward to reading more particularly on collaborative working and social networking. The organisation I work for specialises in public participation http://www.involve.org.uk so we have a slightly different slant on these very exciting tools!

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