What I’ve Learned in a Year of Blogging (pt. 1)

Some highlights (March to September, 2006):

3 thoughts on “What I’ve Learned in a Year of Blogging (pt. 1)

  1. I’ve thought about your “I’m a good mom” post a number of times, most recently a few days ago. I thought to myself, “I think I’m really good at this mom thing! I enjoy it, and, yeah, I do it well!” This will certainly need to be tested over several more children… : )

  2. I found myself “hanging around” after leaving the comment on the 1st post I read here (from the link you left me on my blog). The Lord Byron quote “resonates” with me so much! I’ve got boxes of journals I’ve written in daily for more than 30 years … emptying my mind to save my sanity and discover myself … but until lately, most of my writings have remained private. So, it’s with interest that I read what you’ve learned after a year of blogging … for I wonder what I’ll learn through this experience. If you’re interested, there’s an example of one kind of writing I’ve done and shared with family and friends at Sacred Ruminations located at:
    It’s been an interesting journey these first 2 months in the Blogosphere … and I’ve met some fascinating folks already. I look forward to future visits here. Thanks again for following me home and introducing yourself to me.
    Hugs and blessings,

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