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March 16, 2007

Your vs. You’re

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I read it.

Posted by: Cuidado at Mar 17, 2007 3:02:34 AM

Thanks for the mention! Awesome blog you have, keep it up.

Posted by: Daniel Scocco at Mar 17, 2007 3:51:11 AM

Every Day, Hanan, every day.
I'm overawed by how you keep finding content.
And I comment rarely, because I think you must be far too busy to read all your comments.
Over the last couple of years I've learned a lot via your blog, been diverted many a time, found new areas of interest, answered old questions, made a few online friends, looked out of windows all around our world- and some outside it.
I's also given me something to take my mind off serious illness, helped keep me from brooding when things looked bleak. Now, okay again, i've somehow started blogging on an occasional basis.
But all too often, I have no idea what to do or say. Leading me to question why i started. It was about writing, being creative. seeing if I could sustain it, but real life intervenes, and I'm too busy out here in the world to spare time to digging my blogospheric garden, and too often, I'm wandering down trails of somebody else's links.
By which I mean I've come to have a great deal of respect for you and the amonut of work and time this enterprise must take up.
So.
Don't let the doubts get to you.
You have countless friends out here, all around the planet, (me:Northern England).

Posted by: soubriquet at Mar 17, 2007 6:31:50 AM

Likewise, I read almost daily but rarely comment. I enjoy the information immensely but do not get a sense of "community" - no one is particularly interested in anyone else's thoughts on the posts.

Are you interested in getting comments?

Posted by: NancyJoy at Mar 17, 2007 9:49:40 AM

This blog continues to be a daily "must see" for me as well. Although I appreciate the content and the effort that this blog represents, I'm guilty of seldom leaving a comment. This only because I don't feel like I'm adding anything with my two cents. I'm sure there are tons of others who have the same excuse. Keep up the good work here!

Posted by: John at Mar 17, 2007 5:56:21 PM

Bonjour Hanan, pour moi vous êtes un incontournable. Je vous encourage donc à continuer pour nous tous qui serions désespérés si vous n'étiez plus là.

Posted by: Marie-Cécile at Mar 18, 2007 10:56:48 AM

I love your blog. I get so much out of it everyday. I thoroughly enjoy clicking on my favourites then 'grow-a-brain' to see what you come up with next.... I have 3 sites that I go to everyday faithfully....your are always the first....I love the graphics, the unusual links, the collections and how you put them together.

Don't give up....we are out here!

Keep up the great work...

Posted by: Tara at Mar 18, 2007 11:05:44 AM

Good post. Thanks for the links! Very helpful indeed.

Posted by: Lucy at Mar 21, 2007 12:12:56 PM