This is my 365th blogpost.
In March 2017 I set myself the challenge of writing a blogpost every day.
In May 2017 I received a cancer diagnosis and said farewell to my blog.
But then in November 2017 I returned to my blog.
And today, I’m writing the 365th blogpost.
I’m still having chemotherapy and a monoclonal antibody treatment called Cetuximab every two weeks. My last CT scan showed that my disease is stable and I can continue with the treatment for as long as it proves to be effective.
So, what to do with 3sixtyfiveblog?
I’ve reached my goal and met my challenge; albeit not quite in the time frame I anticipated when starting the blog.
I’ve had several blogs over the last six years. Some I’ve deleted; others I’ve re-vamped and a couple are just left floating in cyberspace. What to do with this blog?
I enjoy researching and writing 3sixtyfiveblog but I need more time for my Writing our Family History researches and blogposts. So, what to do?
Write fewer posts!
But then it wouldn’t really be a 365 blog, would it?
So, I’m going to stop and say goodbye.
Thanks for reading my blog today and all the other days if you’ve been a regular visitor.
According to Blogging.org there are
blogs on the Internet in 2018.
I don’t know how you found mine (apart from a few family, friends and Twitter friends) but I hope you’ve enjoyed reading some of my 365 blogposts.
All the best,