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Let’s cross the bridge to the past. (Somewhere in Pennsylvania, sometime in September of 2006.)
The world is round and the place which may seem like the end may also be the beginning.
~ Ivy Baker Priest
Back in September of 2006, in anticipation of a temporary move to West Chester, Pennsylvania, I started a little blog called Life in the Bogs. It was not meant to be anything more than an online newsletter for family and friends so they could keep up with M and I as we went on our sabbatical adventures. This was not my first experience with blogging. I’ve been doing it in some form since 1999. But Life in the Bogs was the first blog I created under my own name (rather than a pseudonym).
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