Here are some things you probably didn’t know about posts I made in 2010.
~This wasn’t my first blog. I started with The Doomy Ruler (link , if you want to peruse my earliest postings.) I actually started out with a Yahoo blog, but nobody read it. I decided to upgrade to WordPress… and, as Robert Frost puts it, “that has made all the difference.”
~My first post was titled “Capital: Llamaville” and my first header was a picture of the Golden Gate Bridge that I’d visited a few weeks previously.
~A day after I started this blog I got grounded from the internet. Way to start off.
~My fifth post was only eight words long. (Idiot newbie blogger *smacks younger self upside the head*)
~I found out about the Artemis Rocks tour on August 23rd but didn’t blog about how amazing it was until September 23rd and October 12th (talk about an extended 2-parter.)
~I made several posts from my Technology elective class.
~In October, my “NaNoWriMo eve” post had more excitement than the one written on my birthday.
~On October 11th I wrote a blog post from an airplane, titled “Musings From Above Planet Earth”. A day later I finished the Artemis Rocks series of posts.
~At the beginning of November I made a tutorial teaching someone how to make chocolate milk.
~I’m quoted saying, “I know it’s been a really long time since I last posted, but….”
The previous post from that was 3 days before.
~My Christmas post was the first one done on my new laptop. (Obviously… since it was a Christmas present….)
~The post “Things You Didn’t Know” was written from the bathtub of a Hilton at two in the morning.
~When I decided to do “post a day 2011”, it was four minutes before New Years and I was in the resolution-spirit after reading several blog posts about bettering life.
I’m regretting that now.
~The seventh word of my first post of 2011 was “preapocalyptic”. Is that even a word? Kind of redundant, really.
Sorry for the mini-post. I’m exhausted and this “blog-a-day” thing is already wearing me down. I’m off to get some sleep.
Tally-ho peasants! (A term coined by me here)