2nd Anniversary

2 years ago yesterday I dipped a tentative toe into the blogosphere, created this blog and published a first brief and rather boring post, THE BLOG BEGINS. I had no idea what I was doing but intended to learn on the hoof as it were. I actually hoped no-one would read it until I'd at least mastered floating, if not swimming in this strange new world.

3 people are to be thanked (or blamed) for unwittingly encouraging me to start a blog: my husband's brother, my sister's daughter-in-law and my bishop. I think I thought - if they can do it, so can I - and so it began. And - surprise, surprise, more and more people seem to be reading it, or at least visiting it. Where it's going next still remains to be seen, but it's starting to feel like a calling (or an addiction?) Am I paddling, floating or swimming here now? Anyway, that's all I want to say today, except - belated happy 2nd anniversary SEEKER.


  1. Many Congrats Nancy on a fab blog. Apologies for stating that I hadn't listed your blog when I had done so ages ago.

  2. a very happy birthday Nancy, I'm very pleased your started blogging and kept going.

  3. I don't know what's got into Blogger this evening, but here goes for the 3rd time :-)

    Many congratulations on your second blog anniversary, Nancy. I haven't been folowing your blog for long, but I really appreciate what you write. Last week I wrote a post reflecting on my first 2 months of blogging. I hope I'm still here to reflect on 2 years in due course.

  4. Thanks for your encouragement Chelliah, Emma and Perpetua. I hope to keep going and I hope you will too.

  5. Yay, Nancy congratulations. You're a year older than I am. Yes, blogging is such fun--and addictive!!

  6. Happy 2nd Blogoversary! May you have many more :-)

  7. Many thanks to you 'the Old Geezer'. I hope there'll be many more. I'm still thinking about your suggestion of writing my own obituary post for relatives to post in the event of my death - such a good idea. Have you prepared yours?


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