It appears I’ve neglected to acknowledge something here.
I have passed the halfway point, folks. I’m over the edge. I’m over 50% finished with the postaday2011 challenge.
Typically, I’d celebrate such an occasion by looking back over the last 180-something posts and picking out my favorite ones. But unfortunately, I flipped through my 2nd quarter accomplishments only to find that I have written nothing I can be more excited about than the favorite posts I already acknowledge in my one-third celebration.
Personally, that realization saddens me. What if my best posts were written back in the day when I had seven subscribers?
Yes, I used to only have seven subscribers. You know who you are.
I could reflect on things I’ve improved on in all this time that I’ve made sweet, sweet love to my blog, but that’s pretty boring for you. Who really cares if I schedule out my Lollipop Tuesdays beforehand now or if I feel a lot more comfortable detaching myself from my writing journal and just posting whatever is on my mind? Who really wants to know if I have a graphic artist working on a super awesome header image for me or if I’m going to cover a Lollipop Tuesday event this month that involves a media pass and crossing several state borders?
No one, that’s who.
So instead of rolling out a big celebratory post where I chronicle my achievements, set out my future plans, and thank everyone for their part in this monstrosity, I suppose I’ll simply acknowledge the passing of the first half and march onward toward the next.
After all – I’m 180-something posts in and I still can’t manage to consistently post before 12:00pm on Saturdays.
Maybe I’ll manage that by the 3/4 celebration. ♣Today’s RAK: A little research for a stressed friend.