One Year Blogiversary!

Dandilyon Fluff BlogOne year ago today (or yesterday, depending on which side of the International Date Line you happen to be on ;p) I made my first blog post with Dandilyon Fluff.

So much has gone by since that quick post about selling my motorcycle… here’s just a few of the highlights from the last year:

  • Moved to Australia
  • Got Married
  • Published my first book
  • Got House of SilverJinx up and actually paying some bills
  • Possibly broke the world record for longest mother daughter Skype chat ;p
  • Experienced the Immigration Adventure
  • Learned to be environmentally friendly by default
  • Learned to count change in two currencies
  • Experienced a summer Christmas
  • Looked up at the night sky and saw different stars
  • Met a kangaroo!

It’s hard to sum up the last amazing year in one little post.  I have had some crazy wonderful experiences.  I’ve met the most wonderful people.  Thanks to the internet I am able to keep in touch with people I love all over the world.  One thing I haven’t done is replaced the motorcycle that was my first post.  Maybe this year. :D

Thank you to everyone who has joined me on this ride, I can only imagine what the next year will bring… to summarize, all I can really say is “Bring it!  I’m ready (I think)!”

About Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith is a third generation Uchinanchu and an award-winning American poet, author, and publisher with over 20 years of experience in newspaper journalism. Publisher of Space & Time magazine (est. 1966), a Bram Stoker Awards® Finalist and HWA Mentor of the Year for 2020.
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5 Responses to One Year Blogiversary!

  1. Deeps says:

    I wish all the great things happen n new unexplored horizons open up for you :)

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