It is interesting how my blog has changed over the years. One big difference is the number of photos or other graphics used. Back when I was on dial-up, uploading photos was so time-consuming that I rarely did it. Now, I rarely create posts without photos.
In July, 2006, I wrote about a family trip to Gatlinbug and I included no pictures. A couple of weeks later I put up photos--I'm guessing I took the camera to work and uploaded them on my lunch hour.
Back in those days I often shared interesting links I found--and the one in this article still works. This one about Catholicism pointed to an out-of-date link, but I updated it.
I did a series for a while spotlighting blogs I read regularly. That I had posts spotlighting Nunblog (which I peruse now and then but no longer read regularly), My Domestic Church, which I still read and The Maternal Optimist who is no longer blogging.
I took at crack at mommy blogging.
I described part of the Katrina recovery in Long Beach Mississippi, where my parents lived.