When I started this blog, I had serious doubts about whether I'd keep at it. I've had blogs before (we won't go into how many, or where you can find their sorry carcasses on the web), and I've always petered out relatively soon after starting them. Mainly because I only have a certain amount of time to devote to writing, and I'm kind of dedicated to churning out the fiction.
But this time I've stuck with it. I've made it this, my 100th post.
*\o/* YAY, ME! *\o/*
(This: *\o/* ... represents a cheerleader. In case you were wondering.)
(Oh, and this: 8\o/* ... is a cheerleader who took her bra off. She's a little over-excitable. *ahem* Never mind. Carry on.)
In celebration, I dyed my hair brown, put on a bikini dove into a pool with the number 100:
Okay, that's a lie. I would never dye my hair. But it's the sentiment that counts, right?
This process has taught me something important. Sometimes, even when you're not sure you can do something, even when you're relatively certain you absolutely suck at doing that something...sometimes if you just go ahead and do it anyway...well, sometimes you'll be glad you did.
Like I am. :)
I'll probably never be a regular five-day a week blogger, but I'm going to try for at least two or three times a week. Probably M/W/F, but don't freak out if you see me on a T or a Th instead.
And to all of you who've been reading -- THANK YOU. Thank you so much. You're awesome, and your comments always make my day.
P.S. Remember, the Caption Contest closes tomorrow (Tuesday, August 17) at midnight. If you haven't entered yet, there's still time!
P.P.S. I'm taking Blogger's word for it that this is my 100th post. Do they count the ones I wrote but am waiting for an opportune time to "publish"? I don't know. But what the hey. I wrote 'em, even if you haven't seen them yet, so I guess it's okay to celebrate.