As we enter the last day of 2022, I can’t let the year slip away without seizing the opportunity to thank you from the bottom of my heart!
Writing my weekly posts has anchored me during a year when I needed to be anchored. Knowing that you were out there reading my posts has strengthened me and uplifted me during a year when I needed to be strengthened and uplifted.
Looking back, I am surprised by the results! You might be, too. Let me share.
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You, MY DEAR READERS, come from 59 COUNTRIES all around the world. I am in awe.
- Bosnia & Herzegovina
- Czech Republic
- Hong Kong SAR China
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- South Korea
- Sri Lanka
- United Kingdom
- United States
Wouldn’t it be grand if we could reach out, join hands, and celebrate worldwide unity and inclusion, advocated so powerfully in Bob Marley’s “One Love”:
One love, one heart
Let’s get together and feel all right.
Maybe—just maybe—that’s exactly what we’re doing together in our own small way–week by week; post by post–right here in this blog.
I have no idea how you found your way into my life in 2022, but as we welcome 2023, I hope that you will continue to stand by me as we read our way together throughout the New Year!
A huge thank you to the captain of this ship. Your wit, wisdom and humor has been an absolute joy to read in what I’m sure many others would agree, has been a horrible year. A New Year’s cheer to you and the literary journeys 2023 will bring!
And a huge thank you to YOU for being a faithful passenger!
Cheers to you and to our ongoing 2023 journey!
Dear Professor Kendrick! The stats tell a story of universal appeal and connectivity, souls gathered around a complex and intriguing thought or proposition. I am both impressed and drawn closer to the web of shared interest. And thank you for turning whimsical observation into a moment of community meaning. Yes. Thank you. Morgan
Thanks so much, Morgan.
I was surprised by the end-of-year statistics, too.
I love your comment that I’m turning whimsical observations into moments of community meaning. I could not hope for more!
I am a passenger!
And I am delighted to have you on board!