Sunday Coffee – Fourteenth

(It’s only fitting that there was a cat hair in my coffee this morning. Yes, I discovered it before taking a sip!)

So in a small turn of irony, my 14th blogoversary is on the 14th this year, but instead of waiting until tomorrow to post about it, I’m going to post on the 13th. Heh. And honestly, I don’t have much to say about this that I haven’t said before. There are very few of us still blogging that were doing so back in 2008 when I began. To those of you who are, however infrequently, I see you! *waves* I know blogging is way behind the times now, but I love having this place to write my thoughts, even if there’s like ten people (maybe) who read my little Zen Leaf. After all, when I gave up blogging in 2013, it didn’t take long until I created a private book journal to write my thoughts down, and it only took about 18 months before I recreated TZL.

I’m not going to say anything particularly special about this 14th-on-the-14th blogoversary. In years past, I’ve given top books by year, or discoveries made through blogging, or friendships solidified, or all number of things. This year, I don’t really have anything clever to add to all that. I just want to thank all the people who have been here with me, whether that was all the way back in 2008 at the beginning or only starting recently, or anywhere in between. Cheers to another year of quiet blogging!

About Amanda

Agender empty-nester filling my time with cats, books, fitness, and photography. She/they.
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2 Responses to Sunday Coffee – Fourteenth

  1. Melissa F. says:

    It does feel like we’re blogging dinosaurs sometimes, doesn’t it? I said to my husband this morning that I was somewhat shocked that I’ve been blogging for this long.

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    • Amanda says:

      Someone tried to tell me recently that blogging was trending in and marketable and such. She’s a social media rep for a large company and generally very “in” on trends, but this one just feels a little weird to me. I think whatever blogging she was talking about is very different from the kind we were doing in 2008 (and i’m still doing now). Heh.


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