I have to admit that when I began blogging, I felt a bit sheepish about it. I wasn't (and still am not) a huge technophile. I'm a pathetic Facebook member, I rarely gchat anyone and I just realized that now that Paul is out of town I won't be listening to any music until his return as I have no idea how to turn on our stereo system. Clearly, I was not a natural blogger.
But I quickly found that I enjoyed the whole culture of the blogosphere. The connections I've made online with all of you have made the whole experience so wonderful for me and trolling for new blogs is now one of my favorite pastimes. But funnily, none of my "real life" friends have that much to do with any of this. A few of them are devoted readers, but for the most part the two worlds remain separate for me. Until now.
One of my most witty and erudite friends has started his very own blog! My favorite Toronto resident Rob was apparently so impressed by my breadmaking adventures that he was compelled to purchase a breadmaking book several months ago.
He was so intent on learning everything in the book that he never quite got around to the actual baking. But as he has titled his blog "Rob Making Bread" I can only assume he has serious plans to turn out some crusty loaves. So Rob, here's your official welcome to this wonderful world, and here's hoping that your second post won't be too long in coming.