History Carnival #1
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Sharon Howard - 1/14/2005
Ha! Tell me about it. (I'm exhausted.) But it's been exciting and fun too. And I have so many offers to host (don't think any of you are getting out of it now) that I know I won't have to do it again for ages. :-)
Blame all those bloggers for writing so much good stuff. I love you all.
Julie A Hofmann - 1/14/2005
Excellent! However, might I point out that carnivals may be exponentially more dangerous than blogrolls in terms of actually getting one's work done?
Ralph E. Luker - 1/14/2005
You've done a terrific job! Where did all those history bloggers I've not heard of before come from and why did I _ever_ agree to do the second History Carnival? You're an impossible act to follow.
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