July 2010 TOC Blog Update

Please allow me to provide you with a quick update on the blog.

In five months, this blog has come along fairly well.  It has grown, not rapidly, but steadily.  Overall, I am meeting my goals for the blog.  It is a learning experience, one that has proven quite rewarding.  I look forward to continuing that educational process.

This week in particular has been quite busy for me.  I have seen a recent upsurge in visits to the blog, and I thank you for that.  I am also very excited about what’s in store.  Over the next couple of weeks I intend to wrap up some loose ends.  I realized that I left the “Defining the Ordinary Citizen” series incomplete.  I also did not complete my look-back upon the 2009 Albany Tax Day Tea Party.  I will be completing both of those series of posts.

More importantly, this coming Wednesday (July 28th) heralds the official start of what is arguably the most important feature within this blog. Perhaps my biggest goal for this blog is to highlight and profile Ordinary Citizens who show us what it means to be Extraordinary.  I am sure that many of you will recognize the person I have chosen to lead off this important blog category.  Tune in on Wednesday to find out!

If you have feedback or suggestions for improving the blog, please provide your comments.  It’s all part of the process.  In particular, I would like to recognize my friend and classmate Alicia for all the specific improvements she has suggested.  I encourage you to visit her blog:  No Adult Left Behind.

Again, I thank you for reading and commenting!  I look forward to learning from all of your comments.

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  1. Aw, Dang Wade. Thank you. That was really sweet.


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