One Year Blogiversary to "Chasing the Wind"

One year today, I started blogging. And I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to say or who I wanted to say it to. Today, as a mature blogger, fully one year old, I can fully say with confidence that I still don’t have any idea.

Not that it matters – I’ve discovered I just enjoy writing. A creative outlet, an outreach and faith outlet, a ranting outlet, a bizarre fling-a-cat sort of outlet. And after 764 posts and 54,000 visitors since April 27, 2004 making 2,825 comments, I’m still writing posts on everything that crosses my brain.

Thanks to all of y’all that keep stopping by and leaving comments and encouraging me. It’s your comments that make this fun. πŸ™‚

12 thoughts on “One Year Blogiversary to "Chasing the Wind"

  1. I pray God’s Holy Spirit will continue to use you and your web site to open the hearts and minds of those needing HIM. Every seed is an important one, I can attest to that!


  2. Wow! Hard to believe that was just a year ago. You went from “bloguer” to full fledged blogger very quickly. Took you no time at all to find your voice and with it your audience. Thanks for sharing all the fun and faith.

    Here’s to many, many more years of Chasing!


  3. You’re the first blog I read every day.

    Of course it helps that your also my home page….


    I hope you grow to be a Happy Hippo in the blogosphere,
    or is that a Musty Marmoset?
    Rusty Rhino?
    Omniverous Owl
    Perspicacious Poltroon
    Lascivious Loon?

    Oh, I could go on all night.

    Whatever. I like to watch your enjoyment.


  4. Thanks Rodney! If nothing else, I’m making a lot of Dale Earnhardt fans happy.. πŸ˜›

    Thanks, Courtney! I wish somedays my blog would write itself! πŸ˜›

    Diane, my sweetheart, I thank you for the prayers. You are my living testimony to God’s power. πŸ™‚

    Thanks, Miss Vox! I had no idea who I was writing to back then. Turned out I was writing… to everybody!

    And Sean, I thank you for making me your home page. I hope I live up to those high expectations, as a Hunky Dorey Heffalump. πŸ™‚


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