Mixing Memory is 2 Years Old

Earlier this month, Mixing Memory turned 2 years old. So, happy belated birthday, Mixing Memory, and thanks to everyone who's visited in the last two years, and especially to those who've left comments and feedback. If you haven't yet left comments or feedback, then... why the hell not? I mean, come on, blogs need validation just like you and I, especially when they feel like they're getting old (you know, like around their birthdays).

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Happy birthday from France, Mixing Memory! :)