So, here's Wednesday again and the time for new "Diolch" post.
But let's go with some more replies first (as usually)
@AnnaC It was that moment of inspiration which momentum I just had to use and spending my free time was all double pleasure as I was doing what I love to do - videos of all kinds - and doing a good deed with that creativity of mine (if one could call it creativity ) I am glad if my little creations reaches its aim - to inspire, to help people going on ... Diolch
The same as with me, believe me. One another seren would come and be where I am now but to be honest it’s pleasant and heart warming feeling to know you are at the right time at the right place doing just the right thing. This doesn’t happen too often to me in my life though.
@gruntius thank you for taking the time to say a word or two with me at the Eisteddfod last year. It meant a lot.
One day I might appear there in hope the group will still meet ...
I miss @dinas on here and wondered many times where he might be and if he’d ever come back ... If you read this dinas, then all the best to you!
Now, my second thank you goes to one who is the most deserving of all that I came here in the first place. The huge thank you goes to Dave Rogers (for who I believe is @Dysgu-Cymraeg on here and you might see why And if you're not the right one, let me be excused for this "mistake", please. ) who gave me all support on twitter with my attempts of learning before I came to SSiW and start properly in deed. First he gave me the guide to 1st Course so I could write on twitter (gee I tweeted more in Cymraeg at that time then I do now) more properly and after that quite long tweety conversation (Cymraeg-Saesneg mixture of it) one single tweet
Your English is good, so you could use this website:
It's what I use.— Dave Rogers (
) February 11, 2013
with the link to SSi made/enabled me to come and start properly (however (sorry) not without too much moaning at the beginning).
Huge thank you Dave for your support in the times where I dispared the most and for directing me to real course of Cymraeg which everyone who’s learning the language should try. If there wouldn’t be you and that historic tweet I might never come on here, or I’d find it much later than 4 years ago. Thanks to this I today can speak and write Cymraeg, it made me possible to find SSiW, to be visited by Welsh learner here in Slovenia, to go to Cymru, participate in the bootcamp and explore Eisteddfod and a bit of Cymru and meet quite many of SSiW/online frineds, some famous people, and, of course, “The magnificent (legendary) 4”. Diolch yn fawr iawn!
To be continued next week ...
A little edit posted in this post.