Friday, January 28, 2011

Weekend Rewind

What a week it's been - Australia Day and a blogoversary all rolled into one. Not only that, but the last week of the school holidays is all but done and February is on the horizon... Not that I'm excited about school going back. No way. Not me. Okay, just a little...

Now, however, the dust is settling and it's time to turn our attention to pressing matters. Like the Weekend Rewind, the linky that gives you the chance to dust off an old post for some new comment love. And don't we love it!

In keeping with recent weeks, I'm going with a prompt and, given that we've had January and February, we are up to March. The only song I can think of with 'march' in the title is 'The Ants Go Marching (one by one, hurrah, hurrah), so now that I've shared that particular ear worm with you, I'll just get on with it.

All you have to do to join the mixed tape that is Weekend Rewind is to link up a vintage post (preferably from March last year (or 2009, or 2008) if you have one, but any other old post of your choice if you don't) and then go comment on some of the other treasures being offered up. Please try to do at least two to share the comment love around.

This week, in honour of my Writing Course Giveaway, I'm submitting a writing post for your delectation. All about how writing is just like doing the laundry. No, really.

Can't wait to see what you've got for me this week!

As always, I'm linking up to Maxabella's Saturday Grateful and, on Sunday, will be hopping over to Blog Gems at The King and Eye, to air some more of my ever-expanding archives.


  1. nothing from march I'm afraid - nothing even about marching!! so I've gone with one about moving my butt (you know, off the couch) close to marching as I could get :-)
    have a great weekend
    PS: have been offline for a couple of days...must go and enter your fab giveaway!! xxx

  2. I'm not doing the month thing... not deliberately. I just don't have anything until April (and then I have two whole posts to choose from!) But I picked one that exposes me as much as possible... given recent 'online persona' posts and everything. Thought I'd put it out there again.

    Babbling. Must be time for bed!! x

  3. i close the comments on We Heart Life after 30 days {to reduce spam ~ oh how i dislike spam} but i may reopen it up and share some from there as well as my personal blog. next weekend though. slowly getting through all of these gratefuls at the moment. and posting as two people is not too easy hehe. x

    ps. i am also Carly {Creator of We Heart Life ~ }

  4. I cant believe I have only just stumbled across your blog and this too cool concept now! I've been wondering of late just how I might go about re-posting some of my previous blogs without looking like I was cheating my peeps out of new material :-)
    I've selected a fave entry from the month of March 09, to honour a special , yet oh so ordinary day in my sons life.
    God Bless The Weekend Rewind!

  5. Hi Allison

    This is the first time I've joined in! As a newbie, I don't have any posts from March, but have instead posted one of my most enjoyed posts (which you have already read! Sorry about that. Promise to do better next time). Have linked back to your blog at the end of my Weekend Rewind post though.


  6. I have decided to join in for the first time too! Hope this is what you are looking for - it is more a family treasure than a sensational piece of writing but it is my favourite post from March - I still get a little teary about it. Loving this idea of yours...thanks :)

  7. I'm posting my only ever March blog post! It's the the most interesting of posts (or the longest) but it cheers me up as it's not that far off for this year!

  8. Hi Allison

    I found your blog through Blog Love and I am now your newest follower.

    I love your style of writing, lovely "natural" posts.

    Michelle :-)

  9. Thanks for visiting my blog! I have taken part in Weekend Rewind, great idea.


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