Hi Anne Marie, thank you for your question on a previous post.
I am chuffed that you like my blog and want to read the older posts, there are rather a lot of them, 707 to be exact, I've been at it for just over two years. Looking at them myself I think I ought to go back and check because some of them need tidying up a bit. Haven't got time at the moment, busy making another bag for the Arts Centre....... and it's looking good. It's sunny outside as well, what am I doing in here, should be out. Might go walking tomorrow.
Anyway back to your question, I've had a go at what you want to do, I presume, start at the beginning. You could click on the labels on the side bar if you are interested in a particular topic, but then you would have to click on older posts to go backwards to the beginning.
To go back to the beginning, go to Blog Archive and click on 2009. This will bring up the last post in 2009 at the top of the page, there was 294 of them in total. Go to the side bar again and click on January 30 posts. The first ever post was on 2nd January 2009, which you will find at the bottom, as it's in reverse order. Dont forget you have to read from the bottom upwards with a blog if you want to read it in date order. Use the slidey thing and drag it down the edge of the screen or you will wear your little wheel out on the mouse. I don't think there is a button for 'Go to bottom', unless someone knows of a quicker way by using the keyboard.
It's going to take you ages, so I suggest you read a month at a time, and make a note on a scrap of paper of where you are up to, then you can go back to that spot and carry on. Good luck, your friends will think you have become a hermit and send a search party out for you. If you add any comments I will see them because they come up at the top of my list on the Blogger Dashboard, even though they are on an older post.
I don't know if anyone goes back to a post after they put a comment on, to read other peoples comments. Sometimes the topic can be expanded in this way with more points of view. Toodle pip.
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