My 100th Post

Thursday, June 07, 2012

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I can't even begin to tell you guys how excited I am about my 100th post. This might not seem like a big deal, especially seeing as I missed the anniversary of my first year of blogging back in February, but I'm pleased as punch to have reached this point. There was one point, back in mid-January, when I really thought I might not blog again. I didn't have the drive, and when my site went down I figured it was a sign I would give up on blogging altogether. I started thinking about blogging again in mid-April but it took an incredibly painful event to convince me to actually write again, and I am so glad I did. 

I want to say a massive thank you to everyone who is out there reading this, old readers and new, you guys have given me an incredible amount of support, and I feel so honoured to be part of a group like this. I really want to do something to show how much you guys mean to me, but I think it will take me a couple of weeks to get it all together. I've got an idea that I hope you all will like. 

I'm so excited to see where this little blog goes from here. I've got some interesting ideas; diversifying a little bit, maybe a new series and I really hope you will all stick with me. Now, let's have a little internet shindig to celebrate!

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  1. Congrats, Alice! And while I am a fairly new reader, I'm glad you came back! You seem like a very genuine person :)

  2. Happy 100th :) I'm not sure what number post I started following you on but I've definitely noticed some big changes on your blog down through the posts and have really enjoyed the journey. Looking forward to following you during the next 100 :)

  3. Congratulations! Here's to hundreds more!

  4. Happy 100th Post! It has been so great following you this past year and seeing your blog evolve! Congrats ;)


  5. Happy 100th post hun! xx


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