Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Five Year Blogoversary Celebration

Eye of the Timber caught many years ago at this time of year


 Five years ago today I wrote my first blogpost.

I started out with the blog title Walking in the Woods, but soon did a Google search and found a whole bunch of other people at that time feeling the same way I did about the great outside. In an effort to gain some individual distinction ...A bit of reflecting on a moniker to be associated with, brought me back to Timber Life repeatedly since that is the life I am blessed to live daily.

I have met some very interesting and positive people in the blogging world over the years. Check out my Blog Roll please for the first bloggers for whom I  found an interest in reading when I discovered My Blog Log. A website now gone from the internet under reorganization by its provider. I do have a few others that have come and gone within those years that I continue to wonder how things are going for them...

Although my posts may have extended periods in between or don't have a rational thought to convey - sometimes I still have days where I want to sit and share some thoughts that seem particularly pressing.

Thank you  to all who have stopped by for a visit!

4 comments:

Marian Love Phillips said...

Dropping by to wish you a Happy Belated Blogoversary!!! I can't believe it has been 5 years already and I'm so fortunate to have met you! You have become a friend for life through the Internet. Looking forward to reading more blogs posts of your Timber Life...which I love! Keep up the great work CDGardens and I love the name of your picture - Eye of the Timber! :)

CDGardens said...

I am very fortunate to have met you through the Internet as well! I look forward to your comments here, on Facebook and your posts at Marian's Hunting Stories etc...etc...etc..!

Eye of the Timber was taken on December7,2007 a year to the day I first started my blog. :)

The Hunter's Wife said...

Congratulations on your 5 year!!!

CDGardens said...

The Hunter's Wife - Thank you! I hope you can get back in your writing groove again.Always look forward to catching your words first thing in the morning over my coffee. Take care!