May 15, 2012

200th Post!

This September will mark the 5th year I've been blogging, but today marks another milestone: Post # 200.

It kind of snuck up on me--in fact, it probably would have flown right by me had I not been poking through the new Blogger updates and noticed the post count.  I just wanted to mark the occasion somehow, and thank you all for reading and interacting and showing me I really am not alone.  You've all taught me so much about how to live with hirsutism and be happy, and you're making me think all the time! 

So let's all pause and take a minute to contemplate how far we've come in our own personal journeys (and please share your thoughts on your own progress in the comments if you want!)  I'm a tea drinker, so I'll be contemplating mine with a nice mug of orange pekoe and the sounds of neighbors mowing their lawns on this muggy (heh, no pun intended) afternoon.

(By the way, you can buy mugs like this all over the place.  This one was brought back from the States.)

201st post will be later this week, continuing the current "newly hirsute" topics of concern.


Anonymous said...

words aren't enought to tell you how beautiful you are and how much i love you for making this blog.


Anonymous said...

Whooo hooo! Way to go! :)) And the picture - :)))))) :) :)))

It doesnt actually let me paste the accurate link, but just put your blog address in :) s.

Allerleirah said...

Ffff, you guys are gonna make me all embarrassed! XD Thank you for your continuing support!

Soph, weird link!

"The analysis indicates that the author of is of the type:

ISTP - The Mechanics
The independent and problem-solving type. They are especially attuned to the demands of the moment and are highly skilled at seeing and fixing what needs to be fixed. They generally prefer to think things out for themselves and often avoid inter-personal conflicts.

The Mechanics enjoy working together with other independent and highly skilled people and often like seek fun and action both in their work and personal life. They enjoy adventure and risk such as in driving race cars or working as policemen and firefighters."

I dunno if that's so true, but it's amusing! The graph about me being more practical than an idealist, and more thinker than feeler, is something I've heard before though! *lol*