My 100th Post! Yay!

Woohoo!

I have been blogging here for almost one year now, and I can’t believe that this is my 100th post already. I know I am not the most active blogger in the world, so hitting this milestone is quite something for me.

I would like to celebrate this with something. Maybe buying myself something nice — more yarn, more cross stitch kits, or probably even lots of cooking books. But I couldn’t. I keep being reminded that in few months, I might not be able to stay in this country because of this thing going on in Britain right now.

Buying things wouldn’t be… wise.

But not being able to celebrate doesn’t mean that this milestone doesn’t cheer me up. It does cheer me up. It makes me feel that at least I have achieved something, and I am glad I did.

So… I would like to thank my fellow bloggers here. It is not a glamorous thing, but I am inviting you to celebrate this with me (separately, in your own home, in front of your own computer or tablet or phone). I propose a toast…

*lifts wine glass* (but if you don’t drink alcohol, tea or any kind of beverage would do too)

For my fellow bloggers, my fellow wordsmiths. My knitting, crocheting, and stitching buddies. My inspirations, and my comrade in crafting, cooking, and gardening. We gather separately here and there to celebrate a milestone in the midst of uncertainty.
May the future brings more socks, jumpers, and amigurumis. With more cakes, and pastries, and the harvest from the garden. May we drink, as if we need a reason to drink, for us bloggers. Prost!

x ❤ x

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14 thoughts on “My 100th Post! Yay!

  1. Congratulations!
    In an additional note: I can’t see a kicking people out of this country. Those who are here on visa will remain on visa, and those from the EU will likely be given a Right to remain. People have gotten it into their heads that suddenly we are going to be “sending people home”. As far as I’m concerned, this country should be home to anyone who chooses to call it such. ❤

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    • Thank you lauren 🙂 my visa (as any vsa) needs to be extended, and in a situation like this (people demanding less people in, government wants to control immigration), i worry that my application might be rejected.

      But thank you for being very positive and celebrating this with me *cheers ❤ ❤

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  2. Congratulations! I just hit 100 with my last post too! (And if you can say that you’re not the most active blogger in the world, I can say that as well; I’ve now been doing this thing for almost two and a half years …) I cannot wait to see where your blog goes! Here’s to another hundred posts. 🙂

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  3. Congratulations!

    Good luck with the location thing. You are the first person I”ve interacted with who may be directly affected, and I”m sorry to hear it. I hope all works out as you’d like it! –Julie

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    • Thank you, Julie 🙂 It is not a cheerful day for the country and half of the people living here. But I hope it will pass soon, and things will work out wonderfully for everybody 🙂 ❤ ❤

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