Tomorrow is my blogoversary.

I started out on blogspot. In October, the Munuvians asked me to come and play, and by Christmas I was setting up shop on MuNu. Before that, I maintained a public journal on Diary-X (it's long gone; all the entries are backed up and saved for my viewing pleasure, alone). All-in-all, I've been a web presence for about four years.

But this is the anniversary of my first year as a "blogger".

I know that written content from me has been sparse and lacking a lot of depth since January. There are lots of reasons for that, the largest of which is that thing we call Life. I'm a mother, you know. I'm also a wife and a domestic (wannabe) goddess. I'm also a full-time employee for one of those technology giants. I have other hobbies.

I also realize that there are lots of other people out there who are tons better at punditry than I. I link to them all the time.

I haven't the time or energy to be big dogs like the bloggers I admire.

Writers are told to write what they know. I know a lot about being a mother and a wife. I'm a Pagan. I'm a writer, a seamstress, a quilter, and a gamer grrl. I know what it means to be an American, and I'm damned proud to call this country my home.

For the next while, I will not have time to update every day. But when I do write, my posts will run the gamut of different subjects.

As a result, I'll probably lose a few readers who come here for political commentary. But also hope that I'll gain a few more who like to see a more -- dare I say the word -- diverse blog.

In the meantime, Loren has finally decided to go ahead with his own site, which will be very cool. I'll help him get set up, hopefully with a little direction from my friend, The Bartender, and we'll move all his posts over there with trackback links so folks can find him.

But tomorrow is my blogoversary, which I am celebrating today. Yay me!

posted by Linda on July 16, 2004 08:14 PM

Happy early blogoversary!

Posted by: Aaron at July 16, 2004 08:24 PM

Happy Anniversary! Post when you can, and we'll read when you do.

Posted by: Ted at July 17, 2004 12:56 AM