Congratulations Nan. I am so happy that I found you so many years ago. Here is to many more posts.
Thanks, Lisa. And I do miss your words and pictures. I wish someone could help you post pictures.
14 years! Amazing, isn't it? I'm SO glad you came back after your brief hiatus. xoxo
By the way, Rod says this is a GREAT song and he listens to it over and over again.
It is, and sung by the then 20-year-old Arlo!
That is amazing, Nan. Congratulations on 14 years. I knew you had been blogging much longer than I have, but 2006!
It seems impossible that many years have passed. Thanks!
Not very cool to sing a song about dumping garbage these days. I well remember hearing this for the first time when I was a teenager.
Yup, that's right!I was 19. I'm about six months younger than Arlo.
Happy Blogoversary, dear Nan! (I know I'm late - it is already the 23rd today.)You know how much I enjoy your blog. There is always so much food for thought, reading recommendations, recipes, your beautiful family and the wonderful place you call home.
You are such a kind, thoughtful reader. You always make me feel good about what I've written, and I thank you so much.
Happy Anniversary - I love your blog and always feel such a nice connection with you and those also commenting. So, a Thanksgiving gratitude to you and hope you continue for many years.Mary
You have always been so very caring, and I appreciate you so much.
Congratulations on 14 years, that's wonderful. And I love how you are celebrating with Alice's Restaurant, a song that periodically runs through my head.
There are a couple local stations which play it on or near Thanksgiving every year. And thank you!
I can't believe it's been 14 years since you started this blog, but I guess I shouldn't be surprised. Think you and Les began about the same time. And it's been over 20 years since we 'met' online. Wow. Are we old yet? LOL
You aren't but I am! Ha!
Wow...fourteen years. That makes your blog one of the longest ones I visit on a regular basis. I think one of them is starting its seventeenth year, but several others are in the 12-14-year range. That makes you kind of a book blogging pioneer, I suspect. The genre has exploded in the last ten years, but due to burn-out, or even worse things, most of the ones from just a few years earlier than that are long gone. Congratulations!
I sure did a lot of book blogging for many years but then just couldn't keep it up. I keep thinking I'll get back to it, but it seems just an occasional post is what I'm doing these days. I never was "just" a blogger about books, and I actually wrote about this on the first blog anniversary. https://lettersfromahillfarm.blogspot.com/2007/11/year-of-letters.htmlThank you for always being such a thoughtful and appreciative reader.
I can't remember exactly when I "found" you, but I've appreciated your blog for a long time now. I never tire of reading about your daily life and thoroughly enjoy your headers. BTW, did you create this great wreath?
Oh, thank you!And not me! Not a creative bone in my body in terms of things like that! It is the woman from whom we sometimes get the CSA flowers in the summer.
I was going to congratulate you on a lovely wreath until I saw your last comment. It is lovely though.Congratulations on 14 years in blogging. I'm at 12 years.
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