2 Oct

I’m going to do it.

I’m going to do it because I have so very few chances to bank on knowing what a post will be about before I write it.  And only a few times in this year of daily blogging have I allowed myself the liberty of posting on the fact that I’m almost done posting. I’ve done a 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, and a 2/3 celebration, which was just last month.  In fact, since it seems so recent ago I was going to forgo a celebratory pause post until I realized this is my last real milestone before the end.

And it doesn’t hurt to post it on Sunday, the day the least amount of people read my blog.  I hope that means you’re all in church.

All.  Day.  Long.

It’s my 3/4 celebration, ya’ll and I’m pretty stoked.  I can’t believe I’ve written 274 posts.  Well, this will make 275.  275 POSTS.  That’s insanity.  I can’t believe I’ve written about two hundred and seventy-five different things.

Actually if you think about it, I only ever really write about office oddities, games, stupid people, and food.  And occasionally I try new things.  That’s pretty much it.  5 categories, 275 rants.  Man, you guys must really wish I’d change it up. 

I have lots of options at this point.   I could list my favorite posts so far (overdone), I could list my least favorite posts so far (absolutely mortifying), or I could just spare you all the recap.  Besides, a lot of you are reading every day.

That blows my mind.  I have pretty consistent numbers.  Aside from my super fantastic subscribers who let me barrage their inbox each and every day with the furies of my mind, I also have a fantastic number of folks who drop in to catch up directly.  And they keep coming back every day.

Except the Lord’s Day.

I know I  mention a lot how my readers are my favorite part of this crazy project, but you really are and I can’t say it enough.  Your comments make me think, crack me up, and lead me to awesome little spots on the Internet that help me learn more.   I’m really still baffled that my reader base has grown so much since the beginning of this all and even if it continues to soar, I will still be grateful for every single one of you who read, comment, or even just drop in on occasion.

I have 100 posts to go before I shut this engine down.  

…or will I?

Thanks for coming along for the ride.  Here’s to the final one hundred. 


10 Responses to “100.”

  1. themovieblog8 October 2, 2011 at 10:28 am #

    No, don’t leave us!


    • Jackie October 2, 2011 at 7:48 pm #

      I have absolutely no idea what I’m going to do, but I so appreciate your outcry 🙂


  2. notanotherrandomgirl October 2, 2011 at 12:32 pm #

    You really mustn’t stop.
    Your posts make my day!


    • Jackie October 2, 2011 at 7:48 pm #

      I’m going to need something incredibly amazing and life-altering to happen to have material for a whole extra year.


  3. Erin McNaughton October 2, 2011 at 3:36 pm #

    I agree, keep it up! I think at the end of the year I will definitely cut back on daily posting, but I think blogging is still a great outlet and a lot of fun, and from what I read here I think you have fun with it, as well!


    • Jackie October 2, 2011 at 7:47 pm #

      Cutting back on daily posting sounds fantastic. It sounds like a gift from Heaven, showered upon me like warm, smiling daisies.


  4. missumerica October 2, 2011 at 11:02 pm #

    No PRESSURE or anything, but don’t stop! I can’t get enough! (Yeah, Michael Jackson’s runnin’ through my head. Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough… 🙂 )


  5. pegoleg October 3, 2011 at 9:53 am #

    100 Jackie blogs on the wall, 100 Jackie blogs, you take one down and pass it around, 99 Jackie blogs on the wall! 99 Jackie ….


  6. twasntme! October 5, 2011 at 7:02 am #

    Jackie i’m confused.. don’t you mean 90? or have I gone completely insane?!!


    • Jackie October 5, 2011 at 9:02 am #

      I don’t know – I always have fuzzy math on this business. WordPress told me that on the day i wrote this I had 275 posts up. And since I started writing at the beginning of the year, you’d think that +100 = 1 year. But the math doesn’t work out. Don’t know why, and it’s hurting my brain. Maybe we’re both insane. Or one crayon short of a box.


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