Saturday, December 11, 2010

Almost blogoversary!

It just dawned on me (thanks to my own Blogoversary counter) that this little blog is almost two years old. We'll celebrate that birthday on December 16. That's going to be a very busy day for me -- and it's a very busy week -- so I don't know if I'll think ahead to post it. If I were really organized, I'd schedule the post ahead of time and put a fancy picture with it; and I have a good idea for that, hmmmm.... but things have been so nuts lately that I'd better just put it out there while I'm thinking of it.

I can't believe how many incredible letters I've exchanged with blog readers and pen pals over the past two years. I can't believe how much MORE there seems to be about letter-writing on the internet now... I felt like I was one of the only letter-writing blogs two years ago, and now there are masses of them. (Of course the fabulous Letter Writers Alliance long predates my internet presence.) Hooray for letters! Hooray for connecting on the internet in order to walk away from the computer and put pen to paper!

4 comments:

  1. Congratulations! I think most blogs last 6 months or a year, so you are definitely beating the odds.

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  2. Congratulations!! When I started my blog in June, I didn't even realize there were more people like "me" out there. Since starting The Letter Writing Revolution, I have happily discovered so many like-minded individuals via the internet who share my passion for all things related to snail mail and letter writing. Congratulations on your two year anniversary, Missive Maven! Keep up the good work!!
    Julie at TLWR
    www.theletterwritingrevolution.blogspot.com

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  3. Congratulations, and Happy BlogoBirthday!

    Light candles. Eat cake. Write a letter!

    Enjoy

    Sue

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  4. Congratulations! You are like the pillar in this letter writing community supporting other blogs and sites by linking, commenting and informing your readers.

    Keep up the awesome work!

    Jackie
    Letters & Journals

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