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Monday 7 March 2011

One, two, three - another birthday

I have been writing a blog for exactly three years. I had no idea when I wrote my first posting on March 8th 2008 that three years later I would be the proud owner of a lovely Poster about blogging and my very own publication Conductive Upbringing and Lifestyle, Book One, with Books Two and Three well on their way to completion.

This is what I wrote all that time ago, in blog posting number one:

The Little Black Dress


A Blog should most certainly be inserted in the list of the ten most important things a woman should have, alongside the cordless drill and the little black dress.

I have just received this Blog as a present and I look forward to seeing how it evolves.

Will it become an art gallery, a poetry book, a bike maintenance workshop, a conductive education forum or even my autobiography?

I can imagine it becoming something of them all and more, but we will see. In the meantime thank you very much for this amazing present.

I say another huge thank you for one of the best presents that I have ever been presented with and another thank you to all the faithful readers who have been there with me from day one, and also to those who have stepped on to the conductive upbringing path along the way.

Little and large

Finally a thank you to all the other bloggers, the twitters and face-bookers who make the conductive world at the same time both a smaller and much larger place to be in. It certainly is a very interesting place to exist in and I hope it continues growing and developing for a few more years yet.

I had no idea what I was stepping into on March 7th, 2008 and I have no idea for how much longer I will be able to keep up with the pace that I have set for myself: 733 postings over three years! One thing that I do know for certain, something that I have also described in my first book, is that writing my blog helps me tremendously in my work. I hope that it helps a few others who are out there on their own conductive roads, developing their own conductive lifestyles.

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