After a couple of days of nervous checking, re-checking, fruitlessly click buttons, searching the web for answers, checking again, and finally giving up, clicking one more time and it working, we have combined our Facebook pages into one! Our solo Facebook page can be found at http://www.facebook.com/TheStThomasBlogPage which makes a lot of sense when you think about it.
This is just one of several changes we hope to implement in the future, notice we didn’t say near future! Not only will we continue to let the website evolve but we hope to grow the Facebook page into much more than it is now! We could tell you what we want to try and do but we are sure you aren’t the kind of person who likes to have surprises ruined, are you?
On other subjects, it is mid December and we are yet to have any snow days yet, are we the only ones worrying that we will pay for it later?
As always we are looking for active bloggers and writers who enjoy having an opinion and sharing it with others. We cannot offer money but we can offer potentially more readers of said opinions. If you enjoy cooking and have favourite recipes for say, coconut macaroons, feel free to share them with the rest of us! Pretty please even!
As we head into the cold, grey winter the need to get out of the house grows. Keep sending your events to us so more people have a reason to get out of their pyjamas and go outside! We have added some but January looks like a bare month and February even more so. If you don’t send any events, we will have to resort to sitting in front of a wood fire, drinking heavily and taking turns singing the karaoke version of Barbie Girl. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!
We must also offer a thanks to all of you who added us as a friend, or liked us as a page, or who comment on the blog and Facebook, or who email us. It means a lot to us, it really does. We will attempt to continue providing information and merriment as we move into the new year so for those of you of Judaism, Happy Hanukkah (sorry we didn’t do this sooner). Merry Christmas for Christians and Happy Solstice to those Wicca/Pagans among us.