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Monday, December 23, 2013

J.S. Brooks Celebrates Reaching 1150 Posts!

Another milestone moment has been reached. We have passed the 1150 post mark. I had no idea we'd ever reach this point when I started this blog ... or how much it would morph over time. Who knows where it goes next? We've got some big life changes looming on the near horizon that may change things at J.S. Brooks Presents radically. We shall see what the future holds.

In the meantime, as one way of commemorating the moment, here are the top ten posts of the last month.

Turning off the pesky Maintenance Required light on the Toyota Yaris: Turning Off the 2009 Toyota Yaris Main
A visit to the Phipps Conservatory for their Christmas light show: Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gar
Finding the Toyota Yaris jack: Toyota Yaris: Finding Your Jack and TIre
A kindness challenge: Commit Acts of Kindness Today ... and A
My personal epiphany on how to recapture the Christmas spirit in the face of crushing expectations: Recapturing the Meaning of Christmas f
Popular and addicting game to play on iPads and iPhones: Play Dots on iPad and iPhone
Resetting the Toyota Yaris clock: Resetting the Clock on Your Toyota
Guest post: "I Want to be Ebenezer Scrooge." Gue
Curiosity finds an old lake on Mars: Mars Rover Curiosity Finds Evidence o
How much cooler robots are today than they used to be: Robots Getting Much Cooler! The Fi

The links should take you there if you want to celebrate by reading these popular posts. I note not a one of them is a video. I find that fascinating.

Well, here's to the next 1150 ... and to you readers, for making it worth doing.

Enjoy the holidays in the ways that suit you best and I'll see you after I finish celebrating Christmas. I might slip in something more between now and the New Year, but I'm making no promises.

As long as we're celebrating were we've been, I might as well include this:

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