This blog has been running for over a year this past April. There have been many people who come and go or just visit for a while and then disappear. I would like to pay tribute to some of those who have been with me since the early days and who have stayed active “liking” my posts through that time. I am also thankful for those who post comments often. They are:
In addition to mentioning them here, I am adding a Page on my blog linking to those who are old friends, most active likes or comments. Please feel free to add me to your list if you keep one. Keep it up and thank you!
If we are new friends and you want to have a link to my blog on yours, let me know you did so and I will do the same. Thanks!
The blog is one year old! Time flies when you are living life. Thanks to all who view, follow or like my posts and blog. I appreciate your interest and continued support.
I started the blog primarily for hiking and it quickly became more about life experiences and photos along the way. I hope you have enjoyed something when you came to visit. It’s nice to share and even nicer when someone is interested in what you enjoy.
I have been less active on the blog lately. It’s only a shame that I haven’t been traveling and gathering lots of great stories and photos to share. Alas, I have been working and living life.
I notice some bloggers are stay at home while others are retired. That’s great if you can pull that off. The rest of us have to work. Life, especially in the summer with it’s longer hours of daylight, also takes priority over having a blog. So I take this time to say hello and then get back to doing all those things that need to get done. In the meantime, here is a great line from a John Cusak movie. Do you know what movie it is?
“I don’t want to sell anything, buy anything, or process anything as a career. I don’t want to sell anything bought or processed, or buy anything sold or processed, or process anything sold, bought, or processed, or repair anything sold, bought, or processed. You know, as a career, I don’t want to do that.”