I'm more than positive that this is the second year in a row that I have forgotten about my own daughter's birthday, and in times like this, I am thankful that John Hughes never got a hold of my life to make a movie out of. Regardless, Day of the Woman is officially four years (and one week) old. I was only eighteen years old when I started Day of the Woman, and it is because of you readers that I have been able to continue. I'd like to take this time to thank each and every one of you that has ever read a blog post, made a comment, shared an article, or sent me an email suggesting topics. While DotW is my baby, it is also an environment that I want to be heavily influenced by its readers. You choose the content, I just try to satisfy you. Thank you again for your continued support from a girl who started a blog as a means to not develop cabin fever in a dorm room, but was given an entirely new lifestyle that is helping shape the rest of my future. I wouldn't be the same person without each and every one of you. Thank-you. I mean it. Peace, love & braaaaains.