Merry Christmas

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Merry Christmas

Thanks to everyone who has read my blog over the past 6 months or so. Thanks especially to those of you who have left comments, either here, on twitter or Linkedin. Top wordpress commentator prize goes to Dave Dunlop with 22 comments, followed by Mark Fisher with 17. Thanks very much for your insights Dave and Mark.

It hasn’t been the easiest year of my life, but it has been one of those pivotal years when things change a lot and I am feeling that slowly things are getting better. Blogging has helped hugely.

I have posted 92 posts since May and you have made over 15000 page views from 7077 individual visits. I would never have dreamed of getting so many people having a look at my random musings – I am thrilled.

The most popular post (with 931 views so far) was on the new Natural England chair Andrew Sells, followed by my homage to my late brother Simon (who will be very much missed and remembered at our christmas lunch).

Rest assured I will continue to blog in 2014 – who knows what exciting things there might be to write about!

Merry Christmas.

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About Miles King

UK conservation professional, writing about nature, politics, life. All views are my own and I don't write on behalf of anybody else.
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6 Responses to Merry Christmas

  1. nirgunapa says:

    As a reader I very much enjoy and am enlightened by your ‘musings’. If the have helped you in your year of change and they have educated us then all is good. Very much looking forward to reading more in 2014. Thank you.

  2. David Dunlop says:

    That confirms what I already knew – that I may be easily distracted from the task at hand; but ALWAYS by something worthwhile, should t’management be reading this!

    Wishing you every health and happiness, Miles, over the twelve days of Christmas and in the year to come.

    Dave

  3. Arabella Amory says:

    Miles, Happy Christmas and New Year. Please keep writing. Really value your opinion especially for my involvement with Exmoor Society and campaigning for National Parks. Arabella Amory

    • Miles King says:

      Thanks very much Arabella. Happy Christmas and New Year to you too – If you’re on Exmoor, I hope you haven’t been blown or washed away. Pretty wild down here in Dorset. Miles x

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