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Today, a special thank you for reading and following along with us. Last night after I tucked my son into bed, I was looking around on pinterest and really doing a bunch of nothing. Do you ever do that? Just get sucked into the internet and before you know it, an hour has gone by and you don’t even know what you looked at? Anyway, I started thinking about how and why I started a blog in late August 2011 and where we are now. This blog has been a gift in so many ways and most of those gifts are because of YOU! We have been afforded so many opportunities not just personal amongst our family but so many fun exciting adventures through the media. None of these things would be happening if YOU didn’t read, comment and cheer us on.
Never in a million years would I have thought that our first blog post about my son’s 5th birthday party, celebrating in good old “Star Wars” fashion would have turned into a passion of mine, new friendships with readers and other bloggers, and an opportunity to make a little money. Don’t get me wrong, we are not making millions over here but it covers my Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks monthly fund.
While my family doesn’t converse with you all like I do, they have had the exciting experience of being featured in magazines, tv and radio shows. This is all because of YOU. I know that sounds kind of corny but it’s true, if you didn’t read our blog, send us the funniest most inspiring comments and words of wisdom, I wouldn’t be motivated to write about our multi generational family, our unique living arrangement and our DIY home projects. It just wouldn’t happen.
So with all that said, a huge thank you for reading and following along with us in our journey through life together. You have no idea how much I appreciate you all :).
I hope you all are having a great day!
What started as a hobby, Jessica’s blog now has millions of people visit yearly and while many of the projects and posts look and sound perfect, life hasn’t always been easy. Read Jessica’s story and how overcoming death, divorce and dementia was one of her biggest life lessons to date.