For you NON-GERMAN SPEAKERS (shame, shame) that would be the BEST OF.
Actually, don’t be ashamed.
I have a confession to make.
I don’t speak German either.
I googled it.
So on this here page I am going to share my best/most popular posts.
We will begin at the beginning, like all good things do.
In March of ’09 I began my blog with an absolutely terrible post (terrible?!?! that does not sound good/best/popular!) about how I was trying the Body for Life program. At this time I did not know about food blogs, or the wonderful food blogging community. This was to come at a later date.
In May of ’09 I began food blogging with a lame post about Memorial Day and a recipe for tuna salad.
Two days later I posted my first photo post. They were also lame, but a part of my history.
Perhaps I should call this section meine Geschichte. Yes that is German for my history. Thanks Google.
On Father’s Day I did a special post for my Dad. Love you Dad!
In July I posted my first video. It features my little sister singing. It’s good for a laugh. I also demonstrated my ability to tie cherry stems in knots with my tongue in the same post.
In August I went to Boston for the Healthy Living Summit. I met many great bloggers and left with many new friends.
In September I posted about running, and why I do it. It brought forth some great comments from readers that made me smile. I also told you guys my story and gave you a little background on myself while I was on a family camping trip.
In October I hit PDRs of 15 miles and 17 miles while marathon training! I also ran my first race that I have blogged about, revealed my love for Michael Bublé, went on a fabulous apple picking trip, and carved a pumpkin as well as dressing as 80’s punk rockers for Halloween. October was a busy month!
That’s it for now; but if you have any suggestions of favorite posts please leave a comment, and I will try to add it.
I also plan to add to this section as I continue with my blogging, as I am sure much, much more wonderful material is set to come from this brilliant mind.
Oh, I am so humble.
Mama D. is sometimes embarrassed of me.
I felt I should mention that.