It was ten years ago today I wrote my first blog post. Before that, back in 1999, I read about this new thing called blogging in one of those magazines, Macworld, Macaddict or Wired, I even started a blog called, In The Garden, but quickly abandoned it.
It wasn’t until I moved to Prince George that I decided to continue blogging but with a different blog.
Since then I’ve learned basic XHTML and CSS, from a book recommended by a blogging friend. The book is called, XHTML For The World Wide Web, by Elizabeth Castro. Learning this stuff is easy. If I can do it so can you.
Through blogging, I’ve made many internet friends, and have met some of them in real life, in Vancouver and in Kelowna.
I've got writing gigs that payed actual money, and I’ve even made money, displaying advertising on my blogs.
In 2009 I started this blog, Northern Gardeners Almanac, as a place for beginning gardeners, and northern gardeners to learn and share, how to grow food in their gardens.
Thanks everyone who has ever written a comment on my blogs, or connected with me in some why because of my blogs. It’s been great fun!
Here’s to another ten years of blogging.