And that makes two wonderful years of blogging and sharing with you, my readers.
Two years on and this is what we have achieved together:
- 178 posts
- 3064 subscribers (plus 972 on Networked Blog)
- over 1.7million total views on the blog
- the most successful post in the last year has been viewed over 96,000 times
- this blog was chosen as runner up for the second year running for the Macmillan Love English Award for Best Blog about the English Language
Once again, through this blog, I’ve met some wonderful people who have been generous enough to read and comment on my blog posts. I have met some more lovely new clients who I consider friends. I have been introduced to more amazing fellow teachers who have taught and inspired me and continue to do so.
My love for writing and for the English Language and English literature hasn’t diminished. On the contrary, it has grown The discipline of writing has made me appreciate far more the language and allowed me to analyse more deeply the way I teach and to make adjustments where necessary.
I continue to have the time of my life and it’s all thanks to your encouragement, your readership and enthusiasm for my posts. I love the comments I receive from you. Please keep them coming. Thank you all so much for sharing my posts and spreading the word. This blog wouldn’t be the success it is without YOU.
If you’d like me to address any particular aspects of the English Language and literature or anything else associated with the English Language culture, you only have to drop me a line and I will see what I can do.
I thank you all from the bottom of my heart for all your support and I am looking forward to continuing this journey with you for many more years to come.
I am taking a week’s break from blogging starting tomorrow. My husband and I are going on a canal boat holiday in Wales. It’s going to be just the two of us and our dog, Buster. I have never been on such a holiday and I am looking forward to steering the boat, opening those locks and visiting another beautiful part of the British Isles. I’ll tell you all about it in my next post.
I will be back at the beginning of April.
Have a good week, everyone.
Ciao for now