Today, I’m 2. Well my blog is anyway, I *might* be a little bit older than that. SHUSH! No big deal right? WRONG! I’m 2! I’ve been doing this little bloggy thing for 2 whole years and that’s kind of a big deal!
You see, if you bother to Google it (which is really important to do because you should believe everything you read on the internet), you’d know that the average life a blog is not a healthy number. Estimates lead me to believe that it is somewhere around 44 days. 44 days? Seriously, they couldn’t even plug away for 2 months? WOW!
Anyway, back to me, because that’s how I roll. Back in November of 2010, I was coerced in to starting my little tiny corner of the internet and I was diggin’ it. I kept plugging away, writing from my heart about stupid crap that people were reading. Why they were reading it, I’ll never know, but reading it they (you, thank you very much) were so I kept at it. And I’ve been doing this for a full 2 years now and I’m kind of proud of my little sparkly corner.
Sometimes, I just rant, but people visit. Sometimes I rant in the closet and you don’t even know it. You couldn’t even imagine how many posts I have unpublished because they aren’t fit for human (or humanities’) consumption. But this spot, or dot, or whatever you want to call it, is mine. And I’m thankful every day that people come to visit me and I’m not ready to give up yet!
So this week, we will celebrate my toddlerhood. There will be giveaways (yea, I know I never do those, but I’m stepping outside of my little black box) and there will be prizes for those of you that have stuck by me through this incredible venture in my life! It’s been fun and I hope to be doing this 20 years from now. Heck, as long as you let me talk, I’m gonna do it! If you know me, you know this to be truth.
So please be sure to stop back by this week for the festivities that are my “birth” week. And a HUGE thank you to all of you that have supported me over the past 2 years. Y’all are what make me sparkle and I appreciate you more than you know!
And to be honest, I’m glad I’m 2. It gives me an excuse to act out. What’s your excuse?