It seems that nowadays I can only do one thing at a time. I wanted to reblog this since the day Rommel posted it, and today, I finally get a chance to do so. Rommel is amazing! Talented, warm and caring. He is one of the reasons that I love this blogging community so much. Hope you enjoy his post too.

Thanks for visiting my blog.

The Sophomore Slump

Hi! My name is Rommel. You are viewing The Sophomore Slump, and this is my 400th post. Followers and alike, I hope you enjoy…

May I borrow your precious time as it took 1 year, 8 months and 27 days😀 for me to finish this 400th post. I beg of you to view each of the entries. Not just because I browsed and sifted through countless of blogposts to compose this, but mainly because these are great words and images by your fellow WordPress bloggers. It doesn’t take too much time to finish this post. I promise.😉

I cranked up a notch, just a hair, from what I did on my 300th post. I basically combined what I did on #300 and what I did on Epilogue 2, compiling the words and images and turning it into a video.

It wasn’t pain stalking at all to make. It only…

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About Helen C

A retired computer programmer who loves writing and photographing, and has managed to publish a YA novel "Jin-Ling’s Two Left".
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8 Responses to #400

  1. Dalo 2013 says:

    You’ve got a fantastic cover in Rommel’s post ~ really wonderful. You also say it so well about Rommel (as well as yourself and other bloggers we’ve grown up together so to speak), he epitomizes the good to be found in the blogosphere. Cheers.

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    • Helen C says:

      Thanks, Randall. Is it aging or what? It seems like I can only do one thing a day 😉 Have watched Ryder cup for 3 days and enjoyed every moment of it, so I am behind in blogging. Thanks for visiting my blog. I assume you are back in HK. Hope everything goes well.


      • Dalo 2013 says:

        It is something to wonder how we could do a thousand things a day in our youth ~ and then lucky to get one done these days 🙂 Yes, back in HK which is nice, but tomorrow head into China and travel for about a month. Will be good to be disconnected from social media over most of this time, but also miss it’s convenience and insight dare I say 🙂

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        • Helen C says:

          I know. But on the other hand, I appreciate people/things more than when I was young, which I really like.
          Hope you’ll have a wonderful time in China. Can’t wait to read your next post. (You are vey special — I speak for many. I hope, by now, you know it. 😉


  2. rommel says:

    Ahhh Rommel sounds like a really cool dude. 😀 Thank you for the highlight, Helen C. I think, out of all, you and Randall, I had difficulties choosing a photo. All your images from Ponder on Photos are all very memorable to me for some reason. I wanted to use one of those on my 400th, but your Alaska picture fits more with what I had in mind when I was making the video.
    Like I said before, I love your humble nature that you are telling as that you are a student to photography when you have it all along.
    Again, thanks for the feature.

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    • Helen C says:

      Rommel is a cool dude! 😉 I know I would have a problem to pick one photo from Randall’s blog. Very professional.
      Being a student is a lot of fun! I guess I am trying to make up the time when I was young and didn’t study hard enough 😉
      Take care.


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