Getting to know the Two Girls About Town
27 February 2012, the Two Girls About Town stopped talking about
blogging and pressed ‘publish’. Twelve months and 104 posts later we’ve decided
to revisit how we started in Getting to know the Two Girls About Town
This post with ten little known things about each of the Two Girls caused us to reflect on how our lives have changed over this
last 12 months.
Some of our most popular blog posts have been our restaurant reviews.
Needless to say, we’ve been eating out more. Which is saying
something, because we’ve always eaten out a lot.
the year we blogged about some personal things.
Honouring the past recognised the need to pay homage to someone who
has been close to you. For One Girl this was the birthday of her only brother
who died during the year and for the other Girl, it was consciously and
respectfully remembering an important relationship that had ended.
death of her big brother was not the only loss One Girl faced during our first
year. She also had to find a way of farewelling her lovely Nan.
She shared the experience in How do you say…
was other stuff she had to deal with too. This Girl went looking. At times, she
couldn’t remember where she put it, or even that she had it, but when she most needed
it, for the people around her and herself, she found her vast reserves of
inner strength and love. Now there’s a post dedicated to her: My friend Angela.
Look mum! I’m all grown up! was the journey the other Girl took to end that long-term
relationship. It’s a post about change and taking a new road, without
new road led towards a certain Lovely Deputy. He’s a fairly private man, doing
important work and making a contribution; saving the world (or a certain part
of it) by day, dating One Girl by night. As a result, we will continue to protect
his secret identity. This Girl has not written poetry about him, or his toes
more specifically, but he is referenced in a number of posts.
for example, One Girl went solo with his offspring and did a restaurant review at the
same time. Yup, pay that one! She was blogging, entertaining and feeding young
a small town and this reverse coming out story meant some friends and
acquaintances were a little exercised by identity as a life choice. The
explanation came in Sexuality: we can be what we want to be.
from all of that, we’ve blogged about things we like and like not so much in
Hobart, cooking, our views on the world and ourselves. Today we’re
celebrating our first year. We’ve decided we’re going to keep on at this
blogging. We love it. It's our contribution.
Thanks for your support.
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What’s changed for you over this last 12 months?