My last post seemed to attract a lot of interest, and almost everyone who replied remembered the day we went over to decimal currency. That means that all these people must be well into their forties and it leads me to think that blogging is for the forty to eighty plus age group. What do younger people use?
I would find it hard to do without blogging now - it has opened up a whole new world to me and made me such a lot of friends - some of whom I have met, both at home and abroad, some of whom I have entertained in my own home, and many that I would dearly love to meet because I really do consider them to be friends.
That daily contact with folk who are interested in the same things, or who show me a side of life, or a place in the world I wouldn't otherwise see, make a much fuller life for me at any rate.
It is also good for the old brain to have to think of a new topic each day, to have to research it if necessary, to have to physically sit down and type it in and then to have to go down my side bar reading all the blogs for the day and commenting on them. Just like having a lot of interesting conversations face to face as far as I am concerned.
So thank you dear bloggers for making my days - rain or shine - (or thick fog as it is today) brighter.