Saturday, May 03, 2008

Review of 100 Posts

I cannot believe it. After 4 years of blogging I never thought I'd have the patience and gusto to make it this far. It speaks as a testament to my will and ingenuity. One step at a time and you'll be fine. On this momentous occasion I have reviewed what I think are my best blog posts and I would like to share it with you. Please do enjoy:

Diamond in the Rough

Light in the Night

Lonely Road Not Taken

Reflections in the Mirror

Be Confident

The Fallout


joanna pham said...

please come over for mario kart!

Anonymous said...

despite your "anything but country" in your profile I still like your stuff...nice work...:))))

meimeil6 said...

Congrats on your 100th post! Dat's right, just one step at a time and anything is possible. =)

aria said...

Congrats @ 100th post. Nice to be here.. when you've linked some of your best. Great read.. all of them.. I shall be back .. :)

Lilly's Life said...

OK, I liked then all but really, really liked, Reflections in the Mirror. I loved how you changed the text positioning for great effect. You are very talented.

Norma said...

Congratulations on this achievement. Four years is a long time for a blogger--I've had so many favorites give up and disappear.

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