One Year of Blogging

sindrelf flower one year of blogging

Tomorrow marks the first anniversary of when I published my very first blog post!

I have been posting three days a week for a year, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, resulting in a whopping 157 posts, including this one.


I am going to continue with this schedule out the month of October, but after that I might cut back, at least a little.

I have started working at a new location, and I hope to start posting my new comic here very soon, so those changes in my life is enough of a strain to make three posts each week difficult to accomplish.

I am glad I was able to stick with it for a year, and I feel some kinship to the musician Jonathan Coulton, in how he recorded one new song each week for a year for hisΒ Thing-A-Week project, even if that must have been considerably harder than what I have done.

quill and parchment

I would like to thank everyone who reads my posts.

It is heartening to see that my work is not wasted, so thank you!


I would also like to thank my girlfriend for being so cool about me spending a lot of time on this project, and for being my spellchecker.

She’s the best!

Old black vintage typewriter

Considering how I started my blog on Friday the 13th last year, I think it has been a rather successful venture.

I have written some things that I am very proud of, and I don’t think most of them would exist today if I hadn’t committed to a schedule.


If you would like to check out some of my better posts from this last year,Β I have gathered a few links here.

Enjoy πŸ™‚


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  1. Congratulations and no doubt we can look forward to a long blogging adventure.

    I am coming up on a seventh year anniversary for the first two blogs, started only a few weeks apart. A year ago last summer I launched the third. However, that poor blog is suffering from not enough photos of felines which generate the stories, Like the divas in my own home, most cats stay indoors here.

    All the best! LΓ©a

      1. No time. I’m busy working on my book. Perhaps a bit of travel in the spring if my rough draft is finished, and the working goal is to finish by years end. However, the idea for a second book woke me up a few weeks ago so one never knows… πŸ˜‰

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