Monday, 14 March 2016

Celebrating 10 years

When I started this blog on 14 March 2006 it wasn't in my mind I'd still be writing it 10 years later.

Over that time I've blogged from the places on this Google My Map.
Getting feedback about how something I've written has been useful is a source of personal satisfaction.
I hope to be able to add more pins to the map, starting with Birmingham, and Who Do You Think You Are? Live next month.

16 comments:

Kirsty Gray said...

Look forward to seeing you in Birmingham and congratulations on the anniversary!

Bryan Douglas Cook said...

Well done John and thanks for a very valuable blog which I have been able to use in many ways over the years! Bryan

Doc said...

Congratulations on a successful and helpful 10 years!

Leighann C. Neilson said...

Congratulations, John! and Happy Birthday to Anglo-Celtic Connections. Keeping a blog active and vital for 10 years is an outstanding accomplishment.

Ken Hanson said...

Congratulations on 10 years and thank you. Look forward to the blog each day.

Joanne Stanbridge said...

Congratulations, John! I read your blog every day and am always learning from it. Thank you and keep up the great work!

Glenn W said...

Congratulations John! Your blog is my first stop on the internet every morning, always informative, often humourous and at times, even controversial! Stay the course, please!

BANKIE said...

Well done John and Congrats..I've found your posts very helpful over the years..keep 'em comin'....will we see you in Brampton this year at the One World One Family Conference ?
Frank McGonigal.

Mary Lee Keane said...

I find your blog very worthwhile even though, because I am not Canadian and few of my ancestors were, 2/3 of it isn't relevant for me. Thank you!

IanW said...

..Well done, John. You are on my daily list of things to do, and I have learned much from your writings. Many thanks ! .

Jacqi Stevens said...

John, thank you for keeping it up those ten years. You've brought to light exactly the links and resources I've needed in delving into the unexpected Canadian years of our Irish-origin family history.

Chris Paton said...

Congrats John!

Gail B said...

Oops. I thought I sent my kudos earlier, but maybe not. Well done, John. Your work is much appreciated.

Jean said...

Congratulations, John; and thank you for keeping us in the know!

Alona Tester said...

Congrats John. I do love reading your posts, so thank you. But I must say I don't see any posts as having been writing from Australia yet. So maybe that's something to aim for . Here's to the next 10 years of geneablogging!

Sheila Havey said...

Congratulations John! I'v e only been following you for six months but your blog has become how I start my day....before I even turn on local TV news.