I mentioned briefly a few weeks ago that my first blogging anniversary was coming soon, but I thought I'd bring it up again because today (Monday June 28) is the first anniversary of my first post.
And I want to thank all the readers and those who stop to by to comment for showing so much interest in the blog.
In many ways, it's more your blog than mine because so many of you have been so kind of comment on the various topics that I have posted for discussion.
And thank you for following my Lisa's Training series, especially those who took the trouble recently to go back and read all of the earlier chapters. I know I haven't done a good job of updating the series in the last few months, but I promise that I will try to better in the future. I enjoy the fact that so many of you seem to be captivated by my fantasies. I've added more BDSM to the series as I've gone along, but most of you have welcomed that turn in the series.
And even when I branched out and talked about walking the beach and various odds and ends items, you tended to be supportive. I can't thank you enough.
Of course, I have to thank my mentor, PK of elisnewbeginnings.blogspot.com, for encouraging me to write the first six chapters for her FF series (if you'd like to write a story, she would certainly welcome it) and for encouraging me to start a blog and for setting it up. And for Bonnie of bottomsmarts.blogspot.com for linking to it virtually the first day I posted to let so many of you know I had started it. Her tireless work has helped link this community together.
I also welcome any feedback on my blog. My email address is on the front page. Feel free to comment with any suggestions.
And want to leave you with what I think was an interesting toast at a wedding anniversary party for my sister-in-law (their 40th) that we attended over the weekend. The toast was a version of May the best of your days be the worst of your tomorrows.
They had that toast at their wedding and repeated it at the party. Kind of an optimistic note that the worst is already behind us. Let's hope it is.
Oh, and one more thing, I want to recommend that you do a lot of videotaping of every big and not so big family event. Years from now, the videos will be priceless. They had a DVD playing of their wedding that they told me I had originally filmed in Super 8 although I had forgotten I had done it. I don't even know how many of you are even old enough to remember Super Eight. Each cartridge only took about 3 minutes of film and there was no sound. Since the DVD was 20 minutes left, I must have used about seven cartridges. But seeing the films all these years later was pricless. And fun to watch except for the fact pf the evidence that we've all gotten older. And, hopefully, wiser although I can't vouch for that.
And wish you all good health and much help and happiness in the next year. And for all those lurkers out there, don't be shy. Stop by and comment.
And same time, same place, next year. Hope you will all be here.
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