Why I blog

I’ve always enjoyed words, reading and writing. At school English was my favourite subject, with Physics a close second (if there had been a computing O Grade I would probably have taken that instead). My parents are both teachers and much of my inquisitive nature was fuelled by books; I still have, and treasure, a set of Readers Digest encyclopedias gifted to me by my late grandparents. My Dad was always interested in computers, so from the days of having a BBC Micro, and then an Apple Macintosh Plus in the house it’s no surprise that I got interested in those too. Put computers and words together and writing seems to be the obvious next step. From the initial wonder …

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NoticedVia referrer log (ohh how I’ve missed them): You say tomato. I sincerely urge you go and visit there and stay for a while. Even leave an explorer window open with the site displayed in the background, just make sure you can see the main background colour, and leave it there for a while. V.subtle and v.cool (took me a few secs to figure out what was going on). Also (while I remember) a quick hi to some next/prev sites on the Scottish Blogs and Blogging Brits Webrings.Scottish Blogs next site: Alex McChesney (although I should really just say hello to him when we get into work tomorrow morning, would be much easier….)Scottish Blogs previous site: Angus Blog, a weblog …

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Shoot me now

I don’t know why, but for some reason I managed to delete the wonderful Chains of Daisies from my ‘visit daily/as often as possible’ list. How on earth did I manage that… very strange. For those of you in the know she is the generous provider of the Blogging Brits webring and proof that “A Middle Aged Woman” can “Be Interesting”. Nip over today and I guarantee you’ll be grossed out! 😉

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