Red, White and Blues began a year ago today
Okay, blogiversary isn’t really a word, but that’s part of the fun of blogging – you can make up words and there’s no editor to stop you! Unfortunately, that’s also the downside – there’s no one around to stop you from sounding dumb. Unless you run it by your wife first, which I’ve done on many occasion over this first year of RW&B. I didn’t run blogiversary by her. Probably should have.
Anyway, I’m taking a short break from soccer writing today to say thank you to all who have stopped by to check out the blog this year! Thank you also to those who have posted comments, “followed” the blog, “liked” a post, or all three. This has been a fun way to exercise part of my brain and I hope you’ve enjoyed the occasional post. Please continue to stop by when you’re on the information superhighway and bear with me in my effort to develop this tiny slice of digi-real estate.
My how quickly things change. A year ago today Chelsea hadn’t even hired Andre Villas-Boas yet, Bob Bradley was still the U.S. coach, and FC Dallas was near the top of the Western Conference! Looking forward to covering another great year of soccer…
(*Frank Lampard doesn’t actually endorse Red, White and Blues. Or even know it exists.)
Posted on June 21, 2012, in 11/12 Season and tagged Andre Villas-Boas, blogging, Bob Bradley, Chelsea, FC Dallas, Frank Lampard, MLS Western Conference, U.S. Men’s National Team, U.S. Soccer. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.