Special Thanks

As a soldier of the Israel Defense Forces, I am especially thankful for my friends and relatives who make the maintenance of this website easier for me by helping give it the due attention it deserves. I know no thanks are necessary, but thanks are nevertheless in order. A very warm and special thank you to my father Yevgeny and my cousin Pesach for helping me with the technical mumbo jumbo that I can’t explain but love to manage. And a very special thank you to my brother from another mother, Gleb, for making sure the content of my website is worthy of its readership.

Thanks all of you, for lifting my burden.

3 thoughts on “Special Thanks

  1. Will be following regularly, may HE keep you safe, and thanks to you for keeping us posted about the life of an IDF combatant on a daily basis. Shavua tov

  2. Hmm it appears like your website ate my first comment
    (it was extremely long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I wrote and say,
    I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I too am an aspiring blog writer but I’m still new to the whole
    thing. Do you have any points for first-time blog writers?
    I’d certainly appreciate it.

    • Hi Arletha, I’m happy you like my blog, thanks! I’m very sorry your long first comment was lost. Its happened to me and I especially hate when that happens. And ten times more when its a comment on my own blog, as I’ve learned just now after reading your comment.

      As for advice for a first time blog writer, I think I’m probably not the guy to ask considering this is my first blog. I think it helps if you write about what interests you, and have someone you trust read your drafts just for their input as to whether its boring or whether something should be shortened or elaborated upon in your post.

      Other than that, write from the heart and forget what people might think.

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