300 Posts

This is my 300th blog post. Can you believe it?

I’d like to say I have covered almost every topic there is, but I know that’s not true. It’s really amazing how much there is to write about. And what’s more amazing is that people actually read what I write. That just blows me away.

So, I want to dedicate this milestone blog post to everyone who takes the time to read the weird humour, the family anecdotes, the spiritual insights, the frustrations, the writing journey, and the general oddities that show up here. Some of you have been with me since the beginning, and I appreciate you more than I can say. You know who you are. Others are relatively new readers and I so much enjoy your comments and the fact that you like what you read in this blog. Thanks to all of you!

I recently thought about changing the focus of my blog, but I am going to stick with . . .

The intensely profound. The deeply spiritual. The just plain silly.

And you can read into that whatever you want.

Thanks again!


Filed under Blogging, Imagination, Writing

12 responses to “300 Posts

  1. Dorothy Dyck

    well done!

  2. Congratulations! That is some serious dedication.

  3. Congrats, Wendy.
    Is that 300 since you moved to WordPress? Already? Wow! What more can I say?
    Except that I love what you’ve done with your blog since you left Blogger. The quick hits are great, I always get something from what you write about, and I’ve loved getting to know you a little better.
    Here’s to 300 more.

  4. Chris Jordan

    Congratulations on 300 posts, Wendy… I read your posts every time you post them… you are a blessing! Keep writing and encouraging your fellow writers…

  5. Teresa Cleveland Wendel

    “The intensely profound. The deeply spiritual. The just plain silly.”
    Sounds like a good plan.
    Congrats on your longevity.

  6. I love reading your spiritually profound silliness.
    if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it…

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