When I started this blog in January, I heard that many people give up after a month or so and just quit. Never being much of a quitter, I am pleased to see that I have gotten over the the initial six month hump and look forward to the rest of the year.
I am still trying to find my voice and determine exactly what I want this blog to become and I appreciate everyone's comments over the past few months. I'll find my niche yet!
Thanks to the following bloggers who put up with my email questions ( when I should have bought the book at the top of the page!) and for the initial links on their sites!
- http://tinyperfectblog.blogspot.com/ ( Thanks for the ton of traffic you send to me!)
- http://enlightenedsavage.blogspot.com/ (1st blog I ever read & got me interested in setting up my own blog.)
- http://www.wernerpatels.com/ ( Early links to my site helped & email guidance. WP's Webcolumns are always entertaining and well written..even if I disagree with 90% of it!)
- http://daveberta.blogspot.com/ ( For setting the standard for Alberta political blogs.)
Anyways... thanks to everyone who reads this blog and comments on my hacks.
I look forward to boring you for many more months!
Shane: Happy half-iversary, sir! Here's to many, many more - if Iggy or Stephen go Kamikaze in late fall/early winter and force an election while I'm out of the country for a month, it'll be on YOU to cover the Calgary angles in the blogosphere. :)ReplyDelete
Keep it up Shane. We need a few more good Tory bloggers to spar with. Keeps things interesting.ReplyDelete
Keep up the good work. Blogging is a great platform to help understand other's points of view. Plus as ES says, we always welcome more Calgary voices.ReplyDelete
Congratulations on your 100th email Strong email!ReplyDelete
Congrats on making it to the six-month hurdle! I’m looking forward to reading many more good posts on this blog over the next six months!ReplyDelete
Keep on blogging, my friend. Your guy, the "pig farmer" and a "conservative" in name only, will lose the next election, but that's alright. Things have started looking much brighter on the Wildrose side today ... :-)))))))ReplyDelete