Last week, I was excited to see that one of my articles had been chosen for publication on website featuring fun things to do in Chicago. The site is called What Are We Doing? It features unusual daytrips and tours. If you live in the Chicago area, or if you’re planning on visiting you should definitely check out their services. In the meantime, if you’d like to see my article check it out here. It’s the first time I’ve been published on this type of website, so I’m very excited! Thanks for all of your encouragement.
18 thoughts on “Where Do We Go From Here? An Announcement.”
How exciting! I always enjoy reading your posts and you definitely deserve the recognition! Congrats! 🙂
Thanks! I always enjoy reading your blog, especially the two-week challenges!
Congratulations! Glad to see your article get recognised. I might have to dig around that site myself – give ’em a few ideas of my own. Inspired by you, of course! 😉
Gotta love that skyline shot at the bottom of their page. I see several new buildings since “my days” in town. Makes me want to visit all the more – ain’t gonna happen anytime soon, unless somebody wants to sponsor the wife and I. Anybody? Anybody? Bueller? Bueller? 😀
John!!!! This new website is the perfect place for you to submit those pieces we’ve been discussing! You need to do it!!!
Wonderful news! Blessings!
So cool. Congratulations!
Thank you Georgette! You are always such a blessing!
Congratulations! That was a great story about the spider, and the elevator trip! I’m happy for you!
I appreciate you Patti! Thanks!
Thanks for being such a faithful reader!!
Congratulations, what a great added enhancement to add to your many awards. It’s things like this that makes you want to continue writing. Your blogs are always inspirational and very well written, as well as creative. 🙂
Thanks Penny! My readers words mean the world to me!!
Go Girl!!! 😉
Thanks! I will go…and I’ll have fun doing it!
Congratulations! That’s awesome news! Now I’m going to go check out your article. 🙂
Ahh, it’s the spider one! I loved it when I first read it. 🙂