Saturday, February 04, 2006

Marking the Occasion

Happy blogiversary to me!
Happy blogiversary to me!
Happy blogiversary, Brooklyn Arrrr-den . . .
Happy blogiversary to me!

Yes, it's the one-year anniversary of the reinvigoration of this blog. Thanks to all of you for coming by!

10 comments:

  1. Happy blog day to you
    felicidades a tu
    Brooklyn Arden, paper garden
    and a cow that says "moo."

    Okay, that didn't make sense :)

    --Lizzy

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  2. Arrr-righty then... in honor of your blogaversary, the Small Dog says...

    http://www.scottwatersdesign.com/1lj/puppypirateradio.jpg

    "Yip! Yip! Yo Ho! And... um... you arrrrrr great!"

    Cheers!

    Marilyn

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  3. Marilyn,

    I checked out your website. You are very talented. I particularly like your sketches of children.

    --Lizzy

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  4. Jeepers, Lizzy! Thanks! Actually scottwatersdesign.com is my old site that I use for storage, www.thetoymaker.com is my working site. I was trying to post a picture of a pirate puppy but Blogger isn't friendly in that way. Dang technology!

    Put back to pirates... Where do they hang out with their droogs? A Clockwork ARR-ange. And who's their favorite Oxford writer? J. ARR. ARR. Tolkien. How much do they pay for all this corn? A Buccaneer!

    Must stop now… before I get c-ARR-pel tunnel.

    Marilyn

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  5. Happy one year anniversary to you!

    And happy first anniversary to me, for posting on your blog for the first time ever!

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  6. Happy Anniversary! It will soon be my first year too. I think February must inspire action. Not yet spring, but winter is so, so long...

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  7. Doesn't it seem like blogtime goes by faster than real time?

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  8. Congratulations, Cheryl. I've had a lovely time browsing around here, as well as being moved and challenged.

    Here's to lots more "wasted" time...

    -- Kate

    PS You think digestives are good, wait till you taste a Tim Tam.

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  9. The irony is that the traditional first anniversary "gift" is ... paper.

    So congrats on hitting your paper anniversary in a paperless world!

    the last minute guy.

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