It’s a silly celebration, but my blog is beginning it’s fourth year today. My first post was about the first K12 Online Conference in 2006, and I have for whatever reason stuck with it. I’ve tried out a few student blogs as well, but I fear making a blog “schooly” or just another hoop for kids to jump through, so I can’t say they have been raving successes. Yes, I’ve even looked at renaming it, but I sorta like the brand. I have moved it around though, from its original location on Blogger, to the Edublogs platform, and then finally to my own domain. Thank Chris Craft for the assistance in setting up my page here on my own domain. Thanks Sue Waters for great advice when I needed it.
Blogging has definitely broadened my thinking and caused me to hone my skills at reflective practice. I’ve been afforded a couple of recognitions as well, which you can read about by clicking the “about” link at the top of the blog page.
So for my gift to myself, I did a Wordle on the comments. I think Wordle is just looking at the first page of the blog, but that’s okay. I like the focus, don’t you? I’m focusing on my readers who are generous enough to give back by commenting. Thanks y’all!
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