Chasing the Wind

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Two Year Blogiversary

birthday cake One year ago, Chasing the Wind was one year old. One year later, Chasing the Wind is one year older. Do the math. 🙂

Last year, 764 posts and 54,000 visitors since April 27, 2004 making 2,825 comments.

This year, 1,237 posts and 5,077 comments, 162,279 visitors. Wheee doggy! I’ve enjoyed each and every one of you, even the Dale earnhardt fans and those looking for pictures of ugly kittens.

I take time this morning to thank God for the many blessings, including this way of expressing my opinions and feelings. And I thank God for you since you sometimes listen to me. 🙂

11 responses to “Two Year Blogiversary”

  1. — 2 years Mimilou — 2 years Comics Worth Reading — 2 years Thoughts from an Empty Head — 2 years — 2 years Grandma’s House — 2 years Joe. My. God. — 2 years Martinis for Milk — 2 yearsChasing the Wind — 2 years Six Meat Buffet — 2 years Vince Aut Morire — 2 years Ace High — 1 year — 1 year Inky Knits — 1 year Article of Faith — 1 year All Things Amy — 1 year Blo’s Babies — 1 year


  2. Of course, I listen. You’re my Hero.

    Mr. Mike, Mr. Mike, Mr. Mike.

    Volleyball Game 4:30 PM Thursday, May 4th at John Paul II. Mary Margaret “The Hammer” is going to lead her team to a rollikcing victory.


  3. Ow! Ow! Ow!! Math!!! But congratulations anyway, even if you did make my head hurt with all the numbers.

    And Sean, good luck to MM!!


  4. Oh good, that makes two of you. 🙂

    Thursday at 4:30? Don’t vollyball parents work?


  5. Well, Happy Blogiversary to you Michael!!


  6. Happy Blogiversary!!!!! 😀


  7. Happy Blogiversary… And if it wasn’t for those crazy ugly cats, I might never have found you. Yay for ugly cats!


  8. Thanks, y’all.

    Megan – you found me because the the ugly cats? Sheesh. :/


  9. =D I forgot when i started rightrants but i know when i stopped! but now its back!! but Im under a new address =) I noticed me in your blog roll and shall return the favor but my address has changed to ..well click my name on this post =P the rightrants goes to some weird place now , thanks!

    ~LOF aka outlawrepublican

    p.s. congrats


  10. Outlaw – Thanks, fixed the link. 🙂


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About Me

Michael, a sinner saved by grace, sharing what the good Lord has shared with me.

Solomon, in the book of Ecclesiastes, said, “I have seen all the things that are done under the sun; all of them are meaningless, a chasing after the wind.”

If you’re not living for the glory of God, then what you’re doing is meaningless, no matter what it is. Living for God gives life meaning, and enjoying a “chasing after the wind” is a gift from God. I’m doing what I can to enjoy this gift daily.

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