Okay, it’s not my actual birthday. But as of last week, I have been at this blogging thing for one whole year! *cue the trumpets and bagpipes and birthday cake*
Note to self: don’t ever again google birthday cake images when you are hungry.
Okay.. not so much. There’s no time to think too much about it, as I’ve been too busy!
One year ago, I didn’t really know what direction this space would take. I still don’t have one big goal or purpose with the space. But I like it. And it feels good when I get to carve out some time and put thoughts, ideas, randomness, photos, and info down here.
And it feels really good to know that when I check my stats page and see that most people find their way here by googling dwarfism in babies, achondroplasia blogs, or something along those lines… well I’m glad I’m here. And I’m glad you’ve found me
I have a few things that I wanted to give some space and time to. I didn’t make a big splash about Dwarfism Awareness Month on the blog, but I got a few things posted (virtual pat on the back!). We did a local story with one of the newspapers last month, and we’ve had amazing feedback from our community. “Declan sightings” are becoming more frequent. But it’s always positive. People have nothing but good things to say. Loving it.
You can find the online version of the story here: They’re Small, That’s All.
More exciting news!
Little People of BC is a finalist again this year for Phillips Annual Benefit Brew! YAY! Voting started yesterday, and you can vote once/day until November 16th! There has never been an easier online contest to participate in. No need to register for anything, no ‘liking’ anything. JUST ONE CLICK! So simple.. but it could mean so much.
Please follow this link and vote for Little People of BC. I will blog more about this contest very soon, but I wanted to get the word out now