1,000th post :)
Blimey that soon crept up as it’s this blog’s 1,000th post. They recommend bloggers target their audience, I like to think of mine as broad minded bunch as I use a scatter gun approach to topics on here, be it Stoke City, running, books, the Theatre Royal Hanley, promoting new music or little news stories that catch my eye.
I would like to use this post to thank all the readers of my blog and those who have contributed be it by answering interview questions or commenting.
Extra special thank you’s to:
My family (even my mum has been known to read this blog occasionally!)
Stoke City FC
This blogs top comments person Scott McNeish (top man bar his misguided supporting of Liverpool). The Arsenal fan who gave me grief over the Pulis years at Stoke has gone strangely quiet. Perhaps he’s off dusting down the Arsenal trophy cabinet in expectation it may host the FA Cup come May time.
Theatre Royal Hanley – gone but not forgotten, have some great memories of my time working as a front of house volunteer there
Bill Leslie and Dave Hunter who inspired me into this blogging lark back in March 2008
The bands and musicians whose music provides a soundtrack to life. Without music the world would be a duller place (well some bands can clear right off like One Direction for starters…)
Thank you all and please do continue contribute and comment 🙂
Dedicated to fellow Stoke City supporter and author Stephen Foster who sadly passed away in 2011
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