Monday, January 2, 2012

Catching up is fun...and exhausting

I'm back from vacation and I needed to do some serious catching up on the blogosphere. I checked the old blogger dashboard and scrolled down to the last post I commented on before vacation started and it just so happened to be a 5 year anniversary post by the king of ponies and Cookies.

It took a while, but I worked my way through about 5 days of posts and left at least 60 comments (if I missed you, I'm sorry, I was really tearing through them by the end).

I was going to set some goals for 2012, but the way I see it, if I don't set any goals then I can't fail. Makes sense to me. Oh I guess I do have some goals, but they are just loosely floating around in the ether that is my brain. If I can get some of those thoughts collected, I may actually try to put them down on "paper".

I need to get the 2011 Year End Contest set up for all of last year's winners PLUS I need to set up a contest for this month, but I've been debating that and now it's too late to do it today.

I hope you're all doing well on the 2nd day of 2012 and please check out my post that will go up later today. It's not a contest, but I think it's worth at least a cursory glance.


  1. Welcome back and Happy New Years!

  2. No matter how good you are at something, there's always about a million people better than you.

    Gotcha. Can't win. Don't try.

  3. Thanks for the comments. Happy New Year to you as well. Looking forward to today's post. It sounds...intriguing.

  4. I woke up and saw 19 emails... 11 of which were comment notifications involving you. It's awesome that you find the time to read and leave comments on so many posts. I know I'm not the only one who appreciates your support and feedback. Thanks PATP!

  5. Thanks for the comments on my blog! A very happy new year to you!

  6. You guys are welcome.

    Fuji, the one thing I don't do well, which you do exceptionally well, is reply to comments on my posts. You always let people know you've read their comments and I want to do a better job of that this year.