So I've been blogging now for three and a half years, and I've got a little series for this week which reflects back on the connections that I've made, via blogging, during that time.
First up is Richard, over at AceJet 170. For this morning I've found a lot of visitors making their way to this spot via Grafik magazine (and a very warm welcome if you happen to be one of them): because Richard has told Grafik's Caroline Roberts that he kind of leans to me on a regular basis. Which is nice.
Actually, this is what Richard says about blogging: "The best thing is the comments and the connections you make. I've had access to all sorts of people I might have otherwise felt were out of my reach." I couldn't agree more, Richard.
And, for me, one of the totally unexpected means of connection is Cow Gum. All because of a little post I made way back in 2007. Which means that if you now do a web search for Cow Gum, chances are you'll end up here. Which is nice as well: because that brings me all sorts of unexpected connections. Kim is the latest of those, and she's in desperate need of one of those white plastic Cow Gum spreaders that we all used to use. Her's has almost had it, apparently - and she uses it every day (although she doesn't say what for).
Anyway, if you have a Cow Gum spreader that you can spare, or if you know where Kim can get hold of one, either leave a comment down below, or email Kim at joaniejoanie (at) mac.com. Oh, and Kim tells me that she's in the UK.