I also use this method of navigation to get to threads I have posted to. Instead of another nodelet, as these are seemingly often cited in perlmonks speed issues - how about just having a link to the top of the thread from the writeup page in your home node?
So in a similar method, going to your writeups page would allow you to select either your reply for editing, or the top of the thread for viewing. I think I would prefer it this way round (but then again I have a lot of nodelets on!)
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