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One year of blogging

Today is my one year anniversary for starting my blog! Now I need to find a way to print it out and bind it, so I will be able to say I have kept a journal faithfully.

Here's a link to my SECOND post on the first day I started this last year. Thank you for all the comments! And thank you to all of my blogging friends. I love reading your updates.


Summer Adams said…
Happy Blogging Anni! I've sooo enjoyed you starting your blogs and sharing your life with us. Esp now that I'm far away (tear). And it's great to be inspired by all that you do and create! Cheers to another year of blogging for you :)
Lonna said…
Hooray! It seems funny when you hit the year mark and your archives list is longer than your recent post list. How exciting. You are a great blogger and I look forward to reading many many more posts on all your blogs. Thanks for sharing with me.
congrats!! I hope you keep up the blog because i really enjoy reading it. Let me know if you want a website that publishes your blog. I think i may have sent it to you once already but let me know if you need it again.
Bobbi said…
Congratulations, Kelly, on your anniversary! For sure you should get this printed, it is a wonderful record of your life. And it is fun to post and then have comments--an enjoyable way to keep in touch with many loved ones and make new friends, too (!)
Heidi said…
Hurray for one year! There are a ton of websites that will print out blogs, just do a search. I have heard good things about

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