A little out of sorts today, folks. On a sudden whim, I browsed my archives for something. And got a bit caught up reading some old posts. Interesting to see, how, since 2003 I’ve blogged about all sorts of things. Some posts I enjoyed going back to, are:
Getting what we expect – wrote this on December 4, 2008
The 4-step self-improvement challenge – July 11, 2009
Finding Motivation – October 19, 2009
Taking a Mental Vacation – December 23. 2009
If you’re thinking, going by the titles of these posts, that they are ultra-philosophical, let me assure you they aren’t.
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You are so right Vidya….I “just gotta get there.” Thanks for being here. Your blog always makes me smile. I’m going back and reading your older posts as I can and enjoying each one. You have grown in your blogging and it is a pleasure to read. 🙂
🙂 thanks Terri. Some days are strange and fall in the this-too-shall-pass category. Hugs to you, and glad you’re here.
I just try to “show up” every day. I’m already signed up for your email updates! Happy day!
I always like keeping up with you.
I’ve been a little distracted recently. My 82 mother had surgery and I’ve also started another blog. I didn’t know you were blogging since 2003. Wow, that’s a long time. I’m just about to hit my 2 year mark on Jan 9.
@Rachel – 🙂 I do the same thing. I love to read updates in my email and then head right over to the blog – quite like visiting a friend. I do it for the atmosphere and closeness!
Hi Angela – I read your blog yesterday and was worrying for you. I am praying your Mum has a smooth recovery. I recently came to know Google bought Blogger in 2003. 🙂 I am so glad you came by!
Wow, blogging since 2003! I am so impressed. Seriously, that’s like forever in internet time. Kudos.
🙂 Unknown Mami, Even for me – it seems like a long time ago. I was quite fascinated about “Weblogging” and wrote anything that came to mind. 🙂 Glad to think I plan just a bit more, now. I love the connections I’ve made, though.
–Love you, Vidya :)) Xx
@Kim – love you too! Have a wonderful weekend.
Having a bad day makes us appreciate the good ones. I’m looking forward to reading your old posts. How amazing you are!
Betsy, thank you. I’ve always believed that. I also believe I get better thanks to the people I know. 🙂