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Happy Fourth of July!!! July 4, 2008

Posted by bookbutterfly in blogs and blogging, holidays.

I was planning out how I should start out this post last night, and the first thing that came to my head was “Auld Lang Syne”. I know, random.

Anyhow, so…wishing y’all a happy Fourth of July! I’m not doing much today, it’s just me and my parents (and Kiki, of course), and just doing the usual: BBQ, putting out the flag (which we just did about half an hour ago, more or less), etc.

What about y’all? Also, what do y’all think of Blog of a Thousand Days?

[edit: something new I found–there are a total of 174 comments on this blog, 53 posts, meaning each post averages 3.2830188679245283018867924528302, whatever that number is. 😉 )



1. Q - July 4, 2008

Auld Lang Syne? How peculiar.I don’t really have an opinion of Blog1k. I’m just not sure what the point of having more than one blog is.

2. bookbutterfly - July 4, 2008

Well, I do have several blogs already: there’s this one, B1000, DLP (my writing blog, but I share it w/ Summermoon), and a couple of group blogs. The group blogs I only count myself as partially “owning” them, you see. DLP is set on private, and this one is for randomness. I’m thinking of moving to B1000 though, since I don’t do much on here except for just random stuff. Any thoughts on that?

3. Q - July 7, 2008

Why not just post what you planned on posting there here? I just don’t see why you need two blogs if they don’t each have clear distictions as to what goes on them and what does not (and those distinctions make the blogs different). However, it’s your decision.

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