What Was Your Best Post of the Year?

What was your best post of the year?In the leadup to the holiday season, we often take a moment or two to look back on the year, to take stock and to take a deep breath before turning our attention to the ever approaching future. And while I was thinking about highlighting some of the best posts that I have read this year – I thought I might ask YOU.

Tell me, what was YOUR best post of the year? I don’t mean something you read – but something that you wrote. Go on, don’t be shy. Did you write something that you loved? What was so special about it? And what did your readers think?

You can either drop me an email with a link and an explanation or include it in the comments below. I will publish a full list early in the new year.

22 thoughts on “What Was Your Best Post of the Year?

  1. I don’t know if best is the right word but “Remember Ruby” http://mab397.wordpress.com/2009/10/13/ruby/ was a product of much thought and consideration and still gives me cause to stop and just think. As I tried to construct sentences I found myself trying to balance my thoughts with some resemblance of a point while trying to be respectful to a girl I’d never met.
    Incidentally it has also received more than triple the traffic any other post of mine ever has. It reached outside our little “echo chamber” and was shared with no agenda other than sharing a story. There was no subtext or concept of link love – just a story told through social media.

  2. Hi Gavin,
    I liked the posts that happened on Wonderwebby as a result of spontaneous, serendipitous shared moments.
    Like this one http://blog.wonderwebby.com/2009/07/29/outside-the-lines/
    But of course my heartfelt favourite was this one http://awomansinvestment.blogspot.com/2009/09/happy-story-about-12-women-their.html. It wouldn’t have happened if there weren’t so many creative and kind people to help raise the money online for women in poverty. And it wouldn’t have happened if I didn’t start blogging in the first place 🙂

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