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An unexpected symbol

anniversary-1xWhen I checked my blog a few minutes ago, I got aware of a new symbol in the upper right corner, where usually a white star or a white bubble underlayed with orange waits for me and notifies me about likes or comments.
This time the symbol of a goblet got my attention. It was the notification of the 4th birthday of my blog.

Over the years I wrote 444 posts (this included). 289 people are following my blog here at wordpress.com and left 1,183 comments and much more left likes. Many others are also following and commenting on Facebook or on Google+, where my posts are cross-posted and there is an unknown number of followers via RSS. I also received some award nominations. Thank you very much!

Thus, I want to thank you, my dear followers, for your feedback and your loyalty. That’s what motivates me keeping this blog running and writing new posts on a regular basis.

Take care.

8 thoughts on “An unexpected symbol”

  1. Congratulations! May you have many more wonderful posts in the future! I must admit, to date, Cuba has been my favourite!

    1. 🙂
      Thanks, Léa.
      There are so many wonderful places on this small planet. So, everyone should be able to to find one for his or her own. Some are luckily gifted by living in a wonderful place (or at least have one nearby), other have to travel a lot to fill up ther heart and ther memory with impressions, experiences and other immaterial memories.
      Indeed, Cuba is a wonderful country and I’m very happy to have been there last year. 2010 my personal dream came true, when visiting the Seychelles.
      Iceland, on the other hand, is also a very interesting (but very different) country. That series will start soon, so stay tuned.

      1. Thank you Andre. I shall look forward to Iceland, I tend to stay away from places that are very cold.
        Have you been to Thailand or Viet Nam? Amazing!

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