So, yeah, it’s Christmas here in Romania. So merry Christmas and stuff. I’m not good at these sort of things, so I’ll just say this: we always want something… we always wish for something. And it’s good, and I hope you all get what you want. But it’s also equally important to realize that dreams don’t come true unless you try to make them come true.
Anyway… I’m 22 now. I don’t feel older, wiser, or taller. Maybe because I’m not. I’m still me.
Over the years I’ve spent my birthdays in all sorts of places (including a hospital once or twice, if I recall correctly.) I usually got sick just before Christmas. It hasn’t happened in quite a few years. Now, I’m home, listening to some Christmas songs, and writing this post.
To be honest, I want to say a lot. I want to write a great post, but I’m not sure if I have something worth saying, other than “thank you.” This year has been a great one for me. In a way, this is the year I really decided to become a writer. A real one. To write and write and write, because that’s the one thing that I always loved doing, the one thing I feel I was meant to do.
So, yeah, thank you. For keeping me motivated, for all the encouragements and praise and all that. It’s nice. Some say it doesn’t matter, but they’re all lying. It’s nice, it shouldn’t be anything else. So, once again, thank you.
And this is my present to all of you who supported irevuo during these two months or so. You can put them on your website/blog, in your sidebar. You can show people you’ve helped us get the whole thing up and ready.
If you want to put a badge in your sidebar as a widget (the same way I did with my proud to work for irevuo widget) all you need to do is select the text widget, drag it to the position you want, then write something like:
<a href=”http://www.irevuo.com” target=”_blank”> <img src=”the location of your image”></a>
You can get the location of the image in your media library. Just click on edit, then you have something called File URL. Copy that one and you’re done.
Our campaign is drawing to a close. With 34 hours left, we’re close to getting all the funds we need in order to buy Adobe Digital Publishing and all the other stuff we need. I know I must be sounding like I broken record by now, but if you can (and want to) please contribute here. Or here.
Once again, merry Christmas and talk soon,