Tomorrow marks 5 years since I started this “blog” thing. I can barely believe that it has been that long, but I have a cute little reminder. My nephew was born on February 1 five years ago. And look at him today:

Wes assured me that this voice changing Storm Trooper helmet would be the bees knees for a certain five-year-old.

Over the past year or two my posting has slowed down. Sometimes I feel like maybe I shouldn’t be blogging any more since most of my posts are related to knitting, and since Ravelry gives me a place to chronicle those. Sometimes I wonder if I’ve completely bored all (any?) of my readers to death.

But then sometimes I look back at old entries and find this really cool journal of my life over the last five years, and then I think that it doesn’t matter exactly when I post or what I post, but just that I do post.

In short, this isn’t an eloquent post but please accept my heartfelt thanks for hanging in there with me. Here’s to another great year!


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Chery
    Feb 05, 2010 @ 11:23:09

    I’m hanging…


  2. PlazaJen
    Feb 05, 2010 @ 13:35:49

    HA! That pic is hilarious. Two extra points for matching the stove!


  3. Christine
    Feb 08, 2010 @ 21:22:22

    I’m still here. 🙂 I love reading back over my old entries, I forget so much of life and there’s a story here & there that remind me of little snippets of my life. I’d say do what you want, but we still enjoy the pics & stories. Plus storm troopers rock.


  4. Sanders
    Feb 08, 2010 @ 22:01:53

    I love seeing what you’ve made and hearing about your life in general. Keep writing. 🙂


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