A message to our lovely followers: We know that not all of you agree on the same things, Latin-related or no. We respect your right to think what you want, and we also appreciate our right to say what we want in the tags of our posts, which are meant only as occasional, supplementary content. If you find that our opinions don’t mesh with yours, you’re welcome to avoid the tags or the blog as a whole.
Thanks for being generally awesome, courteous, and respectful.
Love, Annie and Ali
Annie here. Our second birthday passed a week or so ago and I didn’t note it, but now I’m feeling nostalgic and I just wanted to thank all of you… new followers so enthusiastic and those who’ve been with me, and then Ali, since the beginning. This has been one of the best things that’s ever happened to me. We’re not the biggest fandom, I’m not the funniest blogger, but our little circle (growing bigger every day!) is so special to me.
Thanks for two years, everyone. You rock.
specteratthefeast asked: for the previous anon: classicmatters, classicsenthusiast, ancientart, whatshouldwecallmeclassics, magistraomahony, resnugaeque, whatshouldwecallhomer, fuckyeahancientclassics, latinisnotadeadlanguage, interretialia are the main classics/latin related blogs I follow. For more you should scroll the tagamemnon tag.