<– This is my pre-Christmas spirit look. I'll get visited by time-travelling ghosts tonight, don't worry!
But seriously, I wanted to wish all my readers Happy Holidays! Whether you celebrate Christmas, or (like me) appreciate this time of year more as a great chance to be with family, I hope you are having the best time!
I always try to make it home at this time of year to be with my parents, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, nephews, cousins and old friends. It gives me great perspective on my travels to be back in the town I grew up in and be back with people I know and love!
I'll be back on the road solo again, flying into new situations and making new friends, but I definitely appreciate family time whenever I can get it!
Quick favour! Do you have 3 minutes to spare to help make this site more interesting for you in 2010?
For those of you feeling generous and in the holiday spirit, I would appreciate 3 minutes of your time to answer some questions about this site! I'd like to see what interests my readers and how I can better improve the site in 2010.
Keep in mind that I'm new to the blogging game (this site has only existed since June of this year), so all comments and clarifications will be greatly appreciated! With your help I can focus on my stronger points, and I am very happy to accept constructive criticism so that I can be a better blogger in 2010! Your clicks can help influence the kinds of articles I'll be writing!
It will take you a maximum of 3 minutes if you just click the multiple choice questions and give the basic answers, or a few more minutes if you have the time to expand on these answers. Seriously, I would greatly appreciate hearing your thoughts 🙂
After the weekend I'll be writing again to wrap up the Brazilian mission before I introduce the next one!
If you are in the Northern Hemisphere, I hope the cold weather doesn't slow down your trip home and that you enjoy time with your friends and family. I wish you all the best for the holiday period!
Hugs from snowy Ireland!
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