When I started this blog exactly three years ago, little did I imagine it will grow into this size. I started it off just to kill some of the many free times I had when I was having job training in the States. I got inspired by the few blogs which until today, some still exist. With only one or two readers (including my own self) I had during that historical time, this blog today has become a new media for me to socialize with some of you who are willing to accept me as one of your friends.
To be honest, I’m glad to have this blog. I know I don’t have that much of traffic or unique and repeating blog visitors as compared to many of you have, and I don’t mind about those stats either. But what I like about it is that, it gives me the opportunity to know some of you, interact with each other and share our common interests in endurance and multisports.
And I always feel honored when there are new blog readers who drop by on the comment box, or say hi to me when they meet me during running or triathlon events. And I truly enjoy reading each and every comments being left here. It makes me motivated to keep on putting up entries on this blog. I think blogosphere should be as friendly a media can be for us to know each other better. Hilarity and jokes are the easiest way to break the ice, and from then on, new friendships can be easily established.
I’m not sure whether I celebrated my second year of blogging last year, but I don’t want to miss the opportunity this year to celebrate its third year, hence;
More importantly, thanks to all of you who have visited this blog of mine up until today. I hope you have enjoyed each and every trip you’ve made here.
P/s: So, how’s my final closing speech for the blog? Good?