My big sister reading to me. But this won't last long, I've always been rather independent.
As my last post while I fly away from Nicaragua I'd like to say thank you.
Thank you for sticking around through my joys and complaints, through my long winded analyses (which you may have skimmed over) and short comments, through my confusion and epiphanies.
Thank you to those who left comments, sent emails or otherwise contacted me to express your support in what, at times, was a lonely road.
Thank you to the over 11,000 people in 131 countries that have visited over the last couple years to try and find something of interest, something they're looking for, something they can relate to.
Thank you to the 75 dedicated people who are subscribed and receive whatever I feel like committing to the screen every time I do it. We're not huge in number compared to some blogs, but I'm impressed with you!
"Happiness is not so much in having as sharing. We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." Norman MacEwan
Thank you for increasing my happiness by sharing this incredible experience with me!
And finally, thanks to my mom for the support in writing (or was it pressure?). Even though you weren't the only one reading it, I still would have done it if you were (although maybe a little less frequently!).
I'll be landing in Washington DC first thing tomorrow to begin the audacious project of helping my sister and her husband as they have their first baby.
So I got my own book! I've never stopped loving to read, I did eventually (although with much grief) give up the pacifier.