Goodbye Hello

This is my first official post on my new blog and, would you believe it, I’ve gone all shy. Give me an hour or two and I’ll try to compose myself. In the meantime, if there’s anything you’d like to see here, let me know. I’m in an obliging sort of mood…

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18 Responses to Goodbye Hello

  1. jen says:

    Hello, neighbour fellow WordPresser and welcome to your new home. Wishing you many happy blogging years here. x

  2. Wendell Ricketts says:

    Hello dear Charles. We’ve missed you! I, too, have been thinking of switching VV over to WordPress … was the conversion just awful? Hope you’re well. W.

  3. nikperring says:

    Nice new place, Charles.

  4. matt g says:

    Best wishes for the new blog!

  5. rob pz says:

    Good to see you’re back, Charles. I like the look of your new blog. All the best!

  6. Joanna says:

    Great to find you blogging again (I was checking every so often to see Wolverhamption Fusion had been superceded!) really like the new picture of ancient fresco – the dog WAS starting to look sad and rigid rather than perky and playful!

    And now I’ve tracked you down to your new home, I will of course be dropping in more often.

    Joanna

  7. Rob says:

    Hi Charles – I like the new look. Trendily minimalist.

  8. anne says:

    Nice pad, Charles.

    Oh, but paceJoanna, I always liked the dog.

    • Now you’re forcing me to have favourites! I liked the dog too. Maybe we should solve the problem in the only rational way. Which is better – dog or ancient fresco? There’s only one way to find out. Fight!

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