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August 18, 2006

Comments

Larry Cragun

August 21, 2006

Bonnie, have you posted why you blog? If so, help me see where it is. If not, would you? Lar

Larry Cragun

August 21, 2006

Not only 200 but 199 good ones. Lar

Joseph Ferrara

August 20, 2006

Happy 200th Bonnie. All the best for your next 200.

Maureen McCabe

August 19, 2006

Congratulations on your 200th entry! I am proud of you! Keep blogging. I fell for the 352, I thought that was blogging days in a year... I think there's got to be a vacation....13 days seems reasonable to me.

Teresa Boardman

August 19, 2006 - re: Two Hundred

You beat me! I will be posting my 225 post on Sunday and was thinking about announcing it on my blog. I guess now I'll have to wait until I hit 250 so I don't look like a copy cat. :) I missed 200, it just flew by me in July. I honestly did not think I could do it either! Blog on girl friend!

Bonnie Erickson

August 18, 2006
I hate it when I make a mistake that's so public! The year has 352 days when I make a typo and I'm too tired to see straight! It would be easy to go back and correct it, but don't you think we should have a good laugh over it and get more sleep? 365, 365, 365,365, 365, 365 . . . Well, really it's 365.25 now that I've asked Jeeves, unless you're using a different calender, i.e., in the Hebrew calender "years may be deficient, regular, or complete, having respectively 353, 354, or 355 days in a common year and 383, 384, or 385 days in embolismic years". Ahhh, I digress and it's still wrong! Sleep, sleep is the cure to fuzzy brains! Bonnie

John Willis

August 19, 2006

The real milestone for me will be when I've posted 352 entries, one for every day of the year.

352 days in a year? How does that work?
John Willis

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