It's my one year Blogoversary!
Have I really been blogging a year??
BEFORE: A year ago today, it was flooding. Leaving my town with no water for a couple of days. I'd just got my braces off. And I was super excited for my upcoming birthday party, even though we'd have to move it back because of the water situation.
There wasn't anything to do. I got on the computer and started a blog. About books. I'm sure you already now this though! I have been blogging for a year, and it is so hard to believe.
My first post was awful. Actually my first day of blogging was awful. I had no clue what I was doing and well it sucked. I reviewed 3 books and posted 2 other random things. To read my first and awful post of my favorite book of all time...go here! But maybe you shouldn't read it!
I have to say, I think my reviews have got much better. At least I hope they have!
Blogging is hard. I try not to make blogging a chore for myself. Thankfully, it isn't. But someday I might have to stop blogging. But that is NOT in the future right now. I love blogging. I might not have the coolest blog, the most awesome review and posts, or the most followers. But I love it. It gives me a little sense of pride to see my reviews go up each day, see fellow bloggers comment on my reviews. It gives me the greatest sense of satisfaction.
And that is the reason I'll keep blogging, even if my life becomes hectic. (Which it always does in the school year!) I'll write my reviews on the weekend as I did last school year and everything will be fine. I have so many books I need to review anyway!
I can't wait to see my 2 year blogoversary!
NOW: It is not flooding, its way too hot to do that. My teeth are still straight, thankfully. I'm older, soon to be even older. I'm still excited and stressed about my birthday and school. And I'm a blogger and proud.
P.S. I'm also a Red Sox lover and proud. (The inner humor, that isn't humor is coming out. Sorry!) I went to a Red Sox game yesterday. No not in Boston, in Minnesota. I hate the Twinkies, even though most people, where I live, love them. At least I got some reading done during the long drive! See, this DOES relate to books!