Time, the most precious commodity for each and everyone of us, just seems to pass that much quicker as age grows. Just a couple of weeks back, whilst doing some research for the Pike Lines article, I realised that this blog was rapidly approaching ten years in existence. That's just plain crazy, 18th December 2012, is when this caper got started.
All I can say is that it has been a superb experience. Obviously there have been times when finding inspiration gets difficult, whilst other occasions you can get on a roll or caught up in a wave of enthusiasm caused by being part of this "Blogland" community. I have absolutely no idea how much longer "Of Esox" will remain a part of my routine? Whilst I still derive immense pleasure from my blogging I see no reason to pack it in. To all of you who have, over these past ten years, supported my efforts I am grateful and, indeed, truly humbled. Bloody Hell - where does time go?
Happy Blog Birthday - look forward to reading the next ten years…ReplyDelete
Thank you Brian. I will make no promises yet, all the while I'm still enjoying the experience blogging will remain part of the routine.Delete
Hoping all is well and wishing you a very merry festive period - tight lines - Dylan
Congratulations Dyl, heres to the next 10!ReplyDelete
Not too sure if it shouldn't be the visitors who need congratulating? Ten years of this nonsense and plenty more to come. Hoping all is well in your world, take care - DylDelete
Thank you, Dylan, and go on! Kind regards, Wim (The Netherlands)ReplyDelete
Wim - I will continue putting my slant on life into cyberspace all the while I'm enjoying the blogging experience. Many thanks for making the effort to comment - All the best - DylanDelete
Nice one Dyl. I didn't register the familiarity of the date until the next day and then remembered why? It was the date of my wedding anniversary. Even Bron had forgotten. That's age for you, when all days merge into one. Anyway the blog? Always a good read from this quarter. More power to the finger tips I say. Good man.ReplyDelete
Ric, If I forgot our wedding anniversary there's no way I could expect to go to bed and wake up again! As for a decade of blogging? It's been a very enjoyable experience, mainly because I've not been so opinionated as to cause grief. Wishing you and Bronwyn all the best for the Christmas period - stay safe - Dyl (& Bev)Delete