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The return of ‘Frisby’.

Posted by Big John on August 5, 2008

Those of you who have been regular readers of ‘bigjohn’ will know that I first got started blogging getting on for five years ago when my daughter set me up with a blog at ‘blog-city’.

Before her retirement from the ‘blogosphere’ Frisby (No, I didn’t name her that) was herself a prolific blogger, so I am pleased to announce that she has returned and can be found … HERE !

Why not look in on her …

One day she may be as good as me. 😆


2 Responses to “The return of ‘Frisby’.”

  1. Frisby said

    You are a tough act to follow oh beloved father, but I’ll give it a go! I might not be quite as prolific as you though 😉
    Your talented, beautiful, modest daughter 😉

  2. Terri said

    Ahhh, like father, like daughter, huh?
    I just paid her a visit and I can see she carries a lot of your genes.
    That’s really cool that you’re both doing a blog……my father would have loved something like this.

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